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Questions about equivalent to radians as angles

The problem is about some angles that there are that express, in radians, that way it can be done if there are some equal values. ![](//blob.todoexpertos.com/uploads/md/2170c296081ce36b1415505e37c3fcca.jpg) There are equal values such as 15 and 15 not sure if it added to or that can be done

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180° = Pi Radians. (or, if you prefer so: 360° = 2Pi Radians). The angles requested are: 30° = (30°/180°)\* Pi Radians = (1/6)Pi Radians; 30+15=45°= (45/180) \*Pi radians = (1/4)Pi R (Abreviaré R=Radians). 30+15+15= 60° = (60/180) Pi R = (1/3) Pi R; 30+15+15+30= 90° = (1/2)Pi R; 120°= (2/3)\*Pi R; 135°= (135/180)\*Pi R= (3/4)Pi R; 150° = (5/6)\*Pi R; 180°= Pi R; 210° = (7/6)Pi R 225°= (5/4)Pi R; 240°= (4/3)Pi R; 270° = (3/2)Pi R; 300° = (5/3)Pi R; 315° = (7/4)Pi R; 330° = (11/6)Pi R; 360° = 2 Pi R

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