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posted by Caleb .
Find the derivative of (ln(tan(x))/3pi

f= ln u
u= tan x
f'= 1/u *u'
u'= sec^2x x'
so
g'(x)=1/3PI * 1/tanx * sec^2 x checkall this.
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