Posted by **yadlay** on Monday, April 12, 2010 at 7:13pm.

Draw the unit circle and a first-quadrant ray from the origin that makes an angle è with the positive x-axis. Let B be the point on this ray whose x-coordinate is 1, and let

A = (1, 0). Segment AB is tangent to the circle. In terms of è, find its length.

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