Allright, moving along on the problems that I am working on, I have come across this:
Q: Simplify as completely as possible.
sin(π/3) //that is "pi" divided by 3 just in case the "pi" symbol isn't clear.
So I am suppose to let π = 180˚ then divide by 3 thus giving me 60˚
So I end up with sin(60˚) ?
The book I am using mentioned how I can input this type of trigonometric function by entering it into a calculator.
So I put (sin(π/3)) in the calculator and it gave me aprox. = .866025
Ohh how can I get the "pi" symbol using the math bracket code? I tried "p" and "i" encapsulated in math brackets but neither of those gave me the "pi" symbol.