MATH SOLVE

9 months ago

Q:
# An angle measuring (468n)° is in standard position. For which value of n will the terminal side fall on the x-axis?

Accepted Solution

A:

he answer is n=5.

I got the answer through solving all ns and graphing them.

If n = 4 -> 468 (4) = 1848 degrees. It falls on the first quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=5 -> 468 (5) = 2310 degrees. It falls on the second quadrant, thus it falls along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=6 -> 468 (6) = 2808 degrees. It falls on the fourth quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=7 -> 468 (7) = 3276 degrees. It falls on the first quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.

I got the answer through solving all ns and graphing them.

If n = 4 -> 468 (4) = 1848 degrees. It falls on the first quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=5 -> 468 (5) = 2310 degrees. It falls on the second quadrant, thus it falls along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=6 -> 468 (6) = 2808 degrees. It falls on the fourth quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.

If n=7 -> 468 (7) = 3276 degrees. It falls on the first quadrant, thus it does not fall along the negative portion of the x-axis.