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Using the graph below, find values for the radius r, the angle theta (in both degrees and radians), and the coordinates for the point P labeled. (Note: The angle theta is labeled Q on the graph.) what are the points for P

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    O=s/r

  3. anonymous
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    o teta is in radian

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    if theta is 29 degrees how do you find the points for p

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    what do you means by find the point p it's coordinate x and y ?

  6. anonymous
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    yeah

  7. anonymous
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    if we take the centre of the circle as being the origin we can say that x coordinate is : we have cos o = x/r so x= r cos o

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    and the y coordinate : we have cos(90-teta)= y/r so y=r*cos(90-teta)

  9. anonymous
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    if teta is 29 degrees y=r*cos(61) and x = r * cos(29)

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    does it help ?

  11. anonymous
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    i tried that and it keeps saying my answer is wrong.

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