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

**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**.

Besides, how do you find two Coterminal angles in radians?

Finding **coterminal angles** is as simple as adding or subtracting 360° or 2π to each **angle**, depending on whether the given **angle** is in degrees or **radians**. There are an infinite number of **coterminal angles** that can be found.

One may also ask, what is the Coterminal angle of 60? Therefore, **60** degrees and -300 degrees are **coterminal angles**. The -300 degree rotation is pictured here. Infinitely many other **angles** are **coterminal** to **60** degrees. Each time you add or subtract a multiple of 360 degrees to **60** degrees, you will end up with a **coterminal angle of 60** degrees.

Likewise, people ask, what is the Coterminal angle of 420?

Subtract 360° 360 ° from **420**° **420** ° . The resulting **angle** of 60° 60 ° is positive, less than 360° 360 ° , and **coterminal** with **420**° **420** ° .

Is 185 and Coterminal?

175° and -**185**° **Coterminal** Angles **Coterminal** angles are angles drawn in standard position that have a common terminal side. In this illustration, only the negative angle is labeled with the proper degree measure.