I'm having a bit of brain block right now.
In order to multiply any fractions you simply reduce to lowest form, then multiply num., then denom. When I tried with fractions in radian form it didn't work out so well.
consider: $(6 \pi/5)(2 \pi/3$)
If I want to keep the $\pi$ in the numerator I thought I should just multiply $6$ and $2$ to get $12$ for $12 \pi$. But I don't think that's a mathematically sound method of multiplication. So I figured I should just multiply the entire numerator and then divide out $\pi$: so that's $(6 \pi)(2 \pi)=118.4352528$ then divide out $\pi$ which gives me $37.69911184$ which isn't right because it should be an integer.I know I'm missing something very fundamental here. Any help appreciated.