# How do you find the real and imaginary part pi + i?

Real part is $\pi$ and imaginary part is $1$.
For any complex number $z = x + i y$ in rectangular form, the real part is $x$ and the imaginary part is $y$.
So in this particular case for $z = \pi + i$, it implies that the real part is $\pi$ and the imaginary part is $1$.