### Home > CCA2 > Chapter 7 > Lesson 7.1.6 > Problem 7-92

You have seen that you can calculate values of the sine function using right triangles formed by a radius of the unit circle. Values of that result in

*θ*and sin

*θ*that correspond to the

*x*- and

*y*-intercepts of the unit circle.

The central angles that correspond to these “special” values of are

Copy and complete a table like the one below for all special angles between

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Radians |

Recall that

All of the 'special' values of

Knowing just these two values allows you to easily find the rest.

For Example,

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Radians |