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 Question 454990: how do you show your work for the question? find one angle with positive measure and one angle with negative measure coterminal with -310.Answer by Edwin McCravy(8893)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!how do you show your work for the question? find one angle with positive measure and one angle with negative measure coterminal with -310° ```First we draw the picture of -310°. We start at the right side of the x-axis, then swing downward and around in the CLOCKWISE direction through 310°, as shown by the black CLOCKWISE arc below: Notice that 310° just lacks 50° being 360°, since 360°-310° = 50° so the positive angle 50° measured in the COUNTER-CLOCKWISE direction is coterminal with -310°, as shown by the COUNTER-CLOCKWISE red arc below: So a positive angle coterminal with -310° is 50°. To find a negative angle coterminal with -310, we just need to go around 360° more in the CLOCKWISE direction like this: which means we just add -360° to -310° and get -670°. So a negative angle coterminal with -310° is -670°. Edwin```