Let \(\Theta \) be an angle such that P is the terminal point of :

Some of the points Q,R,S,T can be the terminal points of \(\theta /2\). What are these points? Answer in any order, separating the list by commas.

Guest Apr 9, 2022

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P looks like about 260 degrees in a clockwise direction of the positive x axis, half that is 130 degrees.

So which is a possible answer?

Or I could say that P looks like about -100 degrees in a clockwise direction of the positive x axis, half that is -50 degrees.

So is there another possible answer?

Melody Apr 9, 2022