Find values of specific points on the unit circle using geometry.
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The radius of the circle above is $$1$$, and it is centered at the origin. This is called a “unit circle.” Find the coordinates of the point marked at $${45^{\circ}}$$.
The radius of the circle above is $$1$$, and it is centered at the origin. Find the coordinates of the point marked at $$150^{\circ}$$.
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Find the distance between the point labeled $${30^{\circ}}$$ and the point labeled $$3{30^{\circ}}$$.