A physicist was studying the dependence a physical quantity \(y\) on another quantity \(x\) After performing a large number if experiments he discovered that the value of \(y\) varies linearly with \(x\) in other words we can say that \(y\) is linear function of \(x\) and in the language of mathametics we can express it as \[\boxed{y = f(x)}\]

where \(f(x)\) is a linear function. In one of his experiments he needs to plot the graph of \(f(x)\), if it is known that \[\boxed{f(0) = -5}\] and \[\boxed{f(1) = -4}\] then what will be the angle in degrees that the graph of the function will make with positive direction of \(x\)-axis

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