Finding the Centre of Rotation
Finding the Centre of Rotation

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St Find the terminal point on the unit circle determined by radians
Use exact values, not decimal approximations:
(y) (D

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Hello students- here it’s been given to us- that t is equal to 5 pi divided by 3. Now we can say that the parametric form of a unit circle it is given by x is equal to cos. T comma y is equal to sine t 4 t, which belongs to 0 comma 2 pi. Here we have t, is equal to 5 pi divided by 3.…

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