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I know the radius of a circle, say 6 cm.

i need to know what is the (x,y) coordinate of the CENTER of the Northeast quadrant (first quadrant).

is it just 3,3? or do i need to use some angle and trig to figure this out.

thank you in advance

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# Center of Quadrant

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