**Answer: C log 16**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

The last step is Evaluating the Solution

What do you want us to solve?

**(C) sin(-r) = -a
**

**(D) sin(r) = -a**

<u>**Explanation:**</u>

The unit circle definition allows us to extend the domain of sine and cosine to all real numbers. The process for determining the sine/cosine of any angle θ is as follows:

Starting from (1,0) move along the unit circle in the counterclockwise direction until the angle that is formed between your position, the origin, and the positive x-axis is equal to θ.

- sin θ is equal to the y-coordinate of your point, and
- cosθ is equal to the xxx-coordinate.

In the question, sin(-r) = -a and sin(r) = -a is equal to the x-coordinate, thus they are not correct.

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