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    integration of inverse trigonometry

    without evaluating the integral, explain why the integration of tan-1x between x=1 and x=-1 is equal to zero
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    Quote Originally Posted by christina View Post
    without evaluating the integral, explain why the integration of tan-1x between x=1 and x=-1 is equal to zero
    Inverse tan is an odd function.
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