# Thread: 2 Pi / 3 + Pi / 2

1. ## 2 Pi / 3 + Pi / 2

How the hell do I do it?

Looks like:

Fractions... how do i do this problem?
I suck at fractions and shit
Math just taunts me, i used to be great at it when I was little, but now the only thing I find pretty easy are:
English ( my vocabulary and my power to absorb the English language are pretty good )

2. The fuck is this, lol.

3. Damn D:
I don't know what the hell to do with pi ;/

4. Just treat pi as an algebraic function so the answer is 7pi over 6
If it is treated as a radian function than it can also be seen as 210 degrees (only if your doing difficult trigonometry
Hope I helped keke

5. i think i could help, go on MSN

6. Well it depends what you want to solve and how you want the answer to be expressed.

I think the answer is 7PI OVER 12

7. lol to easy.

9. Originally Posted by imachoob
24 what? As mentioned, it's 210°.

What's probably expected of you:

http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...c}=210^{\circ} (it's an image)

What happens when you move on to functions (trust me, this is a pretty thing to see, you should see what I had to do once ):

10. Get the denominators to be the same so that you can add the fractions easier.

2pi/3 + pi/2 =???

4pi/6 + 3pi/6 = 7pi/6

I doubt he's doing trig considering he has trouble adding fractions...

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Jabooty671 (08-22-2010)

12. 2 * pi
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3

Plus

pi
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2

13. Don't you just find a common denominator?

That would be 6 right?

So 4(pi)/6 + 3(pi)/6= 7(pi)/6?

14. Yes the answer is 7pi/6 now lets get over it lol xD

15. Originally Posted by Clo239
Yes the answer is 7pi/6 now lets get over it lol xD
actually it's 14Pi/12.

16. Originally Posted by Koreans

actually it's 14Pi/12.
Does that mean it's also 420° and not just 210°?

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