## anonymous 5 years ago What is 3/5+4π in terms of π?

1. amistre64

is there any multiple choices?

2. amistre64

is it 3/5 of a circle? or what?

3. amistre64

as is; pi can be thought of as a variable; and since there are no like terms, it is what it is...

4. anonymous

well it was sin(t + 4π) and sin was equal to 3/5. So i guess i'm simplifying it

5. anonymous

8pi/5

6. anonymous

ah, nevermind i'm wrong misunderstood it

7. amistre64

thats a little better :) when working with "sin" everytime you add "2pi" you start over. So sin(t + 4pi) equals sin(t)

8. amistre64

you just need to determine the angle (t) that has a sin of 3/5

9. anonymous

exactly :) sin is periodical , each 2$\pi$

10. anonymous

oh okay thanks :)