Let P(x, y) be the terminal point on the unit circle determined by t. Then si

a2linetagadaW 2021-08-20 Answered

Let P(x, y) be the terminal point on the unit circle determined by t. Then \(\sin t = , \cos t = ,\ \text{and}\ \tan t = \).

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joshyoung05M
Answered 2021-08-21 Author has 17418 answers
Based on the definition, \(\displaystyle{\sin{{t}}}\) is equivalent to y. \(\displaystyle{\cos{{t}}}\) is equivalent to x. \(\displaystyle{\tan{{t}}}\) is equivalent to \(\displaystyle\frac{{y}}{{x}}\).
The unknown terms are \(\displaystyle{x},{y},\frac{{y}}{{x}}\).
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