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NEED HELP ON THREE SIMPLE TRIG PROBLEMS, I WILL FAN AND GIVE MEDAL

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cos pi/3 = 1/2 cos 5pi/3 = 1/2

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cos - pi/3 = 1/2
cos 7pi/3=1/2 cos 11pi/3=1/2
study the unit circle, the coordinates are (x,y) = (cos(angle), sin(angle))
But 11pi/3 is outside the given domain so scratch that one.
ok, which problem are we studying?
here is number 1, since it tells you to just look at the graph
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