## How do you find the positive and negative Coterminal angles?

To find a positive and a negative angle coterminal with a given angle, you can add and subtract 360°if the angle is measured in degrees or 2π if the angle is measured in radians. Example 1: Find a positive and a negative angle coterminal with a 55°angle. A −305°angle and a 415°angle are coterminal with a 55°angle.

## How do you find the negative Coterminal angle of a degree?

A negative angle moves in a clockwise direction. In this case, to find the negative coterminal angle, subtract 360° from 30°. Below is a 30° angle in standard position. This angle opens in a counterclockwise direction.

**How do you find Coterminal angles?**

In order to find a coterminal angle, or angles of the given angle, simply add or subtract 360 degrees of the terminal angle as many times as possible.

### How do you change a negative angle to a positive?

Given a negative angle, we add 360 to get its corresponding positive angle. When an angle is -360°, it implies that the object made more than one cycle in clockwise direction.

### How do you make a negative angle positive?

**How do you turn a negative into a positive?**

We simply subtract 270 from 360. Given a negative angle, we add 360 to get its corresponding positive angle.

## What does a positive or negative angle signify?

If the angle is measured in a counterclockwise direction from the initial side to the terminal side, the angle is said to be a positive angle. If the angle is measured in a clockwise direction, the angle is said to be a negative angle.

## How do you make an angle positive?

When an object rotates in an clockwise direction, it makes a negative angle of rotation while when it rotates in anticlockwise direction, it makes a positive angle.

**What is positive and negative angle?**

The angle measure is the amount of rotation between the two rays forming the angle. Rotation is measured from the initial side to the terminal side of the angle. Positive angles (Figure a) result from counterclockwise rotation, and negative angles (Figure b) result from clockwise rotation.

### Can a reference angle be negative?

The reference angle of an angle is always non-negative i.e., a negative reference angle doesn’t exist. The reference angle of any angle always lies between 0 and π/2 (both inclusive).