How do you find cot pi/4 in terms of radians?

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Steve M Share
Mar 4, 2018

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# cot (pi/4) = 1 #

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By definition:

# cot (pi/4) = cos(pi/4) / sin(pi/4) #

Both sine and cosine of #pi/4# are well known results, giving us:

# cot (pi/4) = (1/2sqrt(2))/(1/2sqrt(2)) = 1#

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