Q: What angles are coterminal with 30 degrees?

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An angle coterminal with 30 degrees can be represented by 30 + 360n, where "n" is any integer. Examples of coterminal angles: 390, 750, 1110, 1470.

Coterminal angles are angles that are formed at the same vertex.

25 degrees.

Any angle between 0 and 360 degrees (except 180 degrees!).

Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees. So, 90 - 30 = 60. The complement of 30 degrees is 60 degrees. Supplementary angles have a sum (add up to) 180 degrees.

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An angle coterminal with 30 degrees can be represented by 30 + 360n, where "n" is any integer. Examples of coterminal angles: 390, 750, 1110, 1470.

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Coterminal angles are angles that are formed at the same vertex.

Coterminal Angles are two angles in standard position with the same terminal side.

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Coterminal angles.

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The same way as with degrees. All you have to know is how to convert degrees from radians and radians from degrees.... this is how you do it... radians= pi/180 degrees= 180/pi to get angles from degrees to radians you multiply the angle that is measured in degrees by pi/180. to get angles from radians to degrees you multiply the angle that is measured in radians by 180/pi. pi=3.14