# How do you draw #300^circ# in standard position and find one positive and one negative angle that is coterminal to the given angle?

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Coterminal Angles:

#### Explanation:

Coterminal angles are two angles that are drawn in the standard position (so their *initial sides are on the positive x-axis* ) and have the same terminal side

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Coterminal angles are two angles in the standard position where one angle is a multiple of 360 degrees larger or smaller than the other. That is, if angle A has a measure of M degrees, then angle B is co-terminal if it measures M +/- 360n, where n=0,1,2,3, ...

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Starting from that position,

The negative coterminal angle is the angle that would end in the same place if we went to the right instead of right on the circle. It is equal to the original

Coterminal angles

or

where k is any negative or positive integer.

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