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the point P corresponds to the angle pi + t

so what do you think the coordinates of P are?

the coordinates of p for the first one are (-sqrt3/2,-1/2)

???? I don't understand that

or maybe it's just negative (-8/17,-15/17)

yes

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that is correct

for 2pi would it be something like this?

No 2pi is a complete circle
P would come back to the same place

what you have drawn is - t

now you have all the answers

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which would be 8/17,-15/17 :)

Yes that is correct for -t

so what if the distance would be t +pi/2?

the same as for t

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thanks! :) and for t-pi/2 is that just negative?

t - pi/2 will take you back to t + pi/2

- the first part

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ah yes My mistake..