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can you please simplify these in faction form?

(pi/3) +1=?

(2pi/3) +1=?

(3pi/4) +1=?

(5pi/4) +1=?

(5pi/3) +1=?

thank you so much!

  • Trig -

    rather bizarre problems

    pi/3 + 1 = pi/3 + 3/3 = (pi+3)/3

    the others are exactly analogous

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