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The point *P* is on the unit circle. Find *P*(*x*, *y*) from the given information.

The *y*-coordinate of *P* is
*x*-coordinate is positive.

−3/5,

and the Step 1

Since the point P(x,y) is on the unit circle ,so it satisfies the following equation

Step 2

Now, we will substitute y=-3/5 and solve for x

Since x is positive ,therefore

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