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1. User Answers Spencer51U
Since the unit circle has a radius of 1 we know that r = 1 and that our angle is 60 degrees. Using sin and cos functions we can then find the x and y coordinates of point A. since [tex]cos(\alpha ) = \frac{x}{1}[/tex] and [tex]sin(\alpha ) = \frac{y}{1}[/tex] (where [tex]\alpha[/tex] = the angle)
[tex]A = (x,y) = (cos(a),sin(a))[/tex] because of the identity that cos(a) = x and sin(a) = y
Using the angle and the previously described identity we can find the coordinates with cos(60) = x = 1/2 and sin(60) = y = [tex]\frac{\sqrt{3} }{2}[/tex] to get A =(x,y) = [tex](\frac{1}{2},\frac{\sqrt{3} }{2})[/tex].
From here we can work backwards and find that BC = x = [tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex] and that AC = y =[tex]\frac{\sqrt{3} }{2}[/tex] and finally we know that AB = r = 1 because it is a radius of the unit circle and must be 1.
This probably isn't the way you were taught to solve this problem, but it is how we do it in physics and reallife.