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find the exact value of each expression. do not use a calculator.
Sec 3.14/4 + 2 csc 3.14/3

4 + tan 2*3.14/3

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  1. ever hear of pi?

    sec pi/4 + 2 csc pi/3
    √2 + 2*2/√3
    √2 + 4/√3

    4+tan 2pi/3
    4+(-√3)
    4-√3

    Using 3.14, you cannot evaluate exactly, even with a calculator.

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