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Sin2pieover13plus cos squared pie over 13 equals.

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  1. sin²(π)/13+cos²(π)/13
    =(sin²(π)+cos²(π))/13
    =1/13

    Note: known identity:
    sin²(x)+cos²(x) = 1

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