`What are the coordinates of the terminal point determined by theta= 7pi/6 ?` I think they are implying that this terminal point lies on the unit circle
look at the unit circle. Find the angle 7pi/6. What is the corresponding point on the unit circle?
I think 5pi/6 is the corresponding point on the unit circle.
you need a good trig cheat sheat
`I think 5pi/6 is the corresponding point on the unit circle. ` that's incorrect
what are the coordinates of that point you boxed in
the third quadrant circle is 7pi/6 and the one in the 2nd quadrant is 6pi/6
is that not the terminal point, what is a terminal point anyways?
it's the point that lies on the unit circle
look at this unit circle http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/43200/43215/unit-circle7_43215_lg.gif
what point corresponds to 7pi/6 hint: it has square roots in it
oh so the corresponding terminal angle is pi/6 and the points are (sqrt3/2. 1/2)