Posted by **suhaib** on Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 8:52am.

Integral from 0 to pi/6 of (sin x + cos x) less than or equal to pi(square root 3 + 1)/12

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**Steve**, Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 10:55am
The integral is (-cos x + sin x)[0,π/6]

= (-√3/2 + 1/2) - (-1 + 0) = 3/2 - √3/2 = 0.63397

π(√3 + 1)/12 = 0.71525

the statement is true

It's kind of a weird question, since the integral value has nothing to do with π.

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