# What is the quadrant in which the terminal side of an angle lies if it measures #(6pi)/5# radians?

First, let's convert to degrees. Usually it's easier to work in degrees

The quadrant rules go as follows:

Quadrant 1: 0 to 90 degrees

Quadrant 2: 91 to 180 degrees

Quadrant 3: 181 to 270 degrees

Quadrant 4:: 271 to 360 degrees

196 is between 181 and 270. Thus, the terminal side of the angle is in quadrant 3.

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