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Question Transcribed Image Text:55-58 – Terminal Points The unit circle is graphed in the fig- ure below. Use the figure to find the terminal point determined by the real number 1, with coordinates rounded to one decimal place. 55. 1= 1 y4 56. 1 = 2.5 57. 1 = -1.1 58. 1 = 4.2 0.5 0.5

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