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in standard form, which means it's within our unit circle and we want to find the sun of this angle and the cosign. Now we can find this from the X Y coordinates of a given point and are given point is P where X is negative one half and why is square root of three over to our sign is always gonna be r y coordinate. So that's gonna be our square root of three over to, and our Kosan will be our X coordinate, which is negative one over to.

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