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Please help. Don't understand

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you need help with?

  2. anonymous
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    I don't not know how to answer question 7

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    @seii

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    number 6 isn't right

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    what did i do wrong? @peachpi

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    -120° is in the 3rd quadrant, both coordinates should be negative

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    so would it be -1/2 and - \[\sqrt{3}\] over 2

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    Yes. For the other question, the coordinates would be the legs of a right triangle. The radius of the unit circle is 1, so if you get 1 for the hypotenuse the point lies on the unit circle. |dw:1437702750571:dw|

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    the answer would be 1.32? @peachpi

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    |dw:1437705549063:dw|

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