When ,

not quite sure how to go from sin to cos... not quite sure what to do...

the second part of the question is

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This is because of the range given,

Cosine locates the x co-ordinate of a point on the circle circumference.

Once you have discovered the "distance" the point is from the origin, you simply invert it in this case as the point lies to the left of the y-axis..

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