Posted by **Rachel** on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 7:39pm.

What is the integral of 1-tan^2theta from 0 to pi/3?

Using the identity tan^2theta=sec^2theta-1,

I got my answer to be

2pi/3 - sqrt*3

Can someone verify this for me please?

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