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On the unit circle, where 0

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theta = (pi/2) and theta = (3pi/2)

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Which of the following best explains why tangent of (5pi/6) DOES NOT equal tangent of (5pi/3)?

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The angles do not have the same reference angle.

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Which of the following best explains why cosine of (2pi/3) DOES NOT equal cosine of (5pi/3)?

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Cosine is negative in the second quadrant and positive in the fourth quadrant.

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What is the value of cosine of theta in the diagram below?

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3/5

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What is the reference angle for a 240Â° angle?

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60Â°

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Which of the following is true of the location of the terminal side of an angle, theta, whose sine value is 1/2?

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theta has a reference angle of 30Â° and is in Quadrant I or II

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The terminal side of an angle measuring (pi/6) radians intersects the unit circle at what point?

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(sqrt 3/2, 1/2)

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What is the value of sine theta in the diagram below?

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24/25

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The radius of the circle below intersects the unit circle at (3/5, 4/5). What is the approximate value of theta?

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53.1 degrees

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Which of the following is true of the values of x and y in the diagram below?

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y/x = 1

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Which equation can be used to determine the reference angle, r, if theta=(7pi/12)?

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r=pi-theta

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For which value of theta is sine of theta =-1?

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3pi/2

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Which of the following explains why cosine of 60 = sine of 30 using the unit circle?

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The side opposite a 30Â° angle is the same as the side adjacent to a 60Â° angle in a right triangle. On a unit circle, the y (sin) distance of a 30Â° angle is the same as the x (cos) distance of a 60Â° angle.

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Which expression is equivalent to sine of 7pi/6)?

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IT IS NOT sine of (5pi/3)

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What is the value of tangent of theta in the unit circle below?

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sqrt of 3/3

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Which expression can be used to determine the reference angle for an angle, x, measuring 150Â°?

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180 degrees - x

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Which of the following best explains why cosine of 2pi/3 DOES NOT EQUAL cosine of 5pi/3?

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IT IS NOT The angles do not have the same reference angle.