Combining these two AC waveforms

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Homework Statement:

2 AC waveforms are described by the following expressions (see equations), if V3 is the resultant combination of these waveforms find the following. Use angles as a decimal using a minus sign if appropriate.

Relevant Equations:

V1 = 160sin(1800 pi t)V
V2 = 180sin(1800 pi t - pi/3)V
I have calculated V3 to be 294.62sin(1800 pi t + -0.56)V

I am confident this is correct but I now need to work out the frequency of the waveform, I believe it may be 900 but I am not too sure if my calculations are correct and I cant find anywhere on line that aids me in this particular instance.
 
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, I believe it may be 900
Yes.
Be sure to put the unit correctly.
 
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Hi Mate, what method did you use to calculate the frequency? I'd like to compare it to mine if that is ok
 
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Hi Mate, what method did you use to calculate the frequency? I'd like to compare it to mine if that is ok
Which method did you use?

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Ok I understand that. Are you able to give me the generic formula for working it out? I am not sure it f= 1/T applies to this question or not
 
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What is the unit of "1800pi*t" in the expressions for V1 and V2?

From that, what is the unit of 1800*pi?
 

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