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Need help with 6.b) please. I can’t remember how to find the angle. Also how are the coordinates found. Thanks

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I think you need 6a for this, as a point dont have an inherent angle. Further the question talkes about a simulations, which also is not determined without knowing the rest of the question.
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thank your teacher for doing this :) youll need this on college :)
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I think if you have 2 coordinates, m = tan(°) should work by just finding out the gradient and rearranging the equation but if you are not given anither set of coordinates try (0,0)?

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