# How To Find The Coterminal Angle?

## How do you find the Coterminal angle of a fraction?

Learning to determine co terminal angles by subtracting 2pi twice

## What is the Coterminal angle of 45?

Coterminal Angles are angles in standard position that have the same Initial Side and the same Terminal side. For example 45°, 405° and -315° are coterminal angles because all three angles have the same initial side (the x axis) and they share a same terminal side.

## How do you find the Coterminal angle between 0 and 360?

Example: Determine a Coterminal Angle Between 0 and 360 Degrees

## What is the Coterminal angle of 60?

Therefore, 60 degrees and -300 degrees are coterminal angles. The -300 degree rotation is pictured here. Infinitely many other angles are coterminal to 60 degrees. Each time you add or subtract a multiple of 360 degrees to 60 degrees, you will end up with a coterminal angle of 60 degrees.

## What is the Coterminal angle of?

Coterminal Angles are angles who share the same initial side and terminal sides. Finding coterminal angles is as simple as adding or subtracting 360° or 2π to each angle, depending on whether the given angle is in degrees or radians. There are an infinite number of coterminal angles that can be found.

## What is a Quadrantal angle?

A Quadrantal Angle is an angle in standard position with terminal side on the x-axis or y-axis. Some examples are the angles located at 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°, 360°, 450°, as well as -90°, -180°, -270°, -360°