Not quite… It’s a little more like asking what is the sum of the angles of a triangle in bent space. How bent is out space? (Space-time.)
We’re pretty darn sure that fundamental constants have been unchanging for a long, long time. The most distant galaxies still show the emission lines of chemical elements without change from what we know right here at home in the chem lab.
But in the earliest femtoseconds of the big bang? Things might have been a trice dodgy them. The prevailing theory is that the fundamental forces – electromagnetic, strong nuclear, and weak nuclear – were “unified” in those earliest times, and so they wouldn’t have had numeric values at all. You couldn’t ask what the charge on the electron was…when there was no distinct electromagnetic force by which “charge” is measured or even defined.
Once the universe got really old – like, five or six seconds – things seem to have stabilized.