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posted by Alex .
y1= sin (x)
y2= (tanx)
It is graphed in the interval [0, pi/2]
find the integral

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Reiny
The integral of what?
you have 2 different functions and their graphs
Are you finding the area between?
the integral of sinx is cosx
and the integral of tanx = ln(cosx)
Does that get you anywhere?
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