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tanx sin^2x capital sigma [0,2p]

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  1. That is neither an equation nor a question. What is capital sigma supposed to mean?

    It usually means "sum of" in a mathematical series, but you have not written a series.

    Is [0, 2p] supposed to be a domain [0, 2 pi] ?

    Questions must be stated accurately to be understood.

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  2. the sigma was the E

    and that questions that I posted is word by word what the question actually says which now makes me think there must be a typo

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