Quadrant
Radian to Degrees
Degrees to Radians (no calculators)
coterminal(positive and negative)
Complements, Supplements, and/or angle sketches
100
60 degrees
What is Quadrant I
100
pi/4
What is 45 degrees
100
90 degrees
What is pi/2
100
120 degrees
What is 480 degrees and 240 degrees
100
Sketch the angle of 220 degrees
200
280 degrees
What is Quadrant IV
200
3pi/2
What is 270 degrees
200
240 degrees
What is 4pi/3
200
45 degrees
What is 405 and 315 degrees
200
What is the supplement of pi/3
pi/6
300
620 degrees
What is Quadrant II
300
7pi/3
What is 420 degrees
300
315 degrees
What is 7pi/4
300
2pi/3
What is 8pi/3 and 4pi/3
300
Find the supplement of 5pi/6
What is 4pi/9
400
Pi/12
What is quadrant IV
400
11pi/30
What is 66 degrees
400
144 degrees
What is 4pi/5
400
9pi/4
What is 7pi/4 and pi/4
400
Sketch the angle of  3 radians
500
11pi/9
What is quadrant II
500
2.43 radians
What is 139.23 degrees
500
630 degrees
What is 7pi/2
500
7pi/3
What is pi/3 and 5pi/3
500
What is the complement and supplement of 7pi/9
no complement and 2pi/9
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