a. 4th quadrant
b. 3rd quadrant
c. 2nd quadrant
d. 1st quadrant
same type of question as your last one
Answer is a.
To convert radian into degrees,
multiply the value of radian to 180/ Pi.
Therefore, 5.4 x 180/pi = 309.39, which is in the 4th quadrant.
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