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The answer is 60 and 240 degrees.

Add radical 3 and inverse tan to get answer add 180 for other answer less than 360.

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Q: What are the values of theta in the interval 0 degrees less than or equal to theta less than 360 degrees that satisfy the equation tan theta negative radical three equals 0?
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