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    Q and R are also b.

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    This reason being is that cos a = b, and Q and R have y-values that are hte same

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    The trickier part is finding their x-coord, but looking at the graph, we can complete the cordinates as: Q = (2pi - a, b) and R = (2pi + a = a, b)

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    hope that helped!

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    Hmmmm

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