1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A steel plate has the form of one-fourth of a circle with a radius of 60 centimeters. Two two-centimeter holes are to be drilled in the plate positioned as shown in the figure. Find the coordinates of the center of each hole. 2. Relevant equations I know it's gotta be a simple sin/cos right angle equation, but I've no clue how they came about to getting the 56 centimeter measurement to be the hypotenuse on the solution that I have in my manual. 3. The attempt at a solution I attempted drawing a few right angle triangles that I thought would work, but nothing came from it. If someone could explain how the solution manual was able to get a triangle with 56 as the hypotenuse, I would be able to move forward from there. I've attached both the image of the problem, and the image of the first part of the solution worked out.