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Hey Bunuel

Can we assume that the figure given is drawn to scale ? Most of the resources I go through suggest that it's always better not to rely on the figure. I approached the question in the same but wasn't sure about the accuracy of figure.

No need for accuracy in fig...
fig just shows that beam lies in first quadrant...
And as shown 3690=360*10+90..
then beam lies ahead of 90 deg. moving clockwise direction
being its initial position is 1 deg. or 89 deg it would lie in 4th quad ..
As 1+90=91 deg...4th quad
or 89+90=179=4th quad..
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