# Answer to Question #30725 in Trigonometry for Kristen Woods

Question #30725

Let a = 25 degrees and b = 155 degrees. Which is a + b, in radians?

A. 4π/3

B. π/3

C. 0.8π

D. π

A. 4π/3

B. π/3

C. 0.8π

D. π

Expert's answer

Let's find a+b in degrees at first: a+b=25+155=180 degrees.

As we know, π is equivalent to 180 degrees, therefore a+b equals π radians. Answer d

As we know, π is equivalent to 180 degrees, therefore a+b equals π radians. Answer d

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