Calculus
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Consider a circle of radius 5 and a point P rotating around it, as shown in the figure to the left, below.
The angle(theta) , in radians, is given as a function of time t, by the graph in the second figure.
What is the value of when t=0.5?
Find the coordinates of P when t=0.5
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