#### Masaken

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i'm a little stuck with this one, i feel like it's a lot easier than i think it is and i may be overthinking but

what i've done - did the reflection property (the q asked me to use it), so u also get I = integral ln(cosx), then you add them together and simplify to get 2I = integral ln(sin2x) dx - (pi/2)ln2.

not sure what to do from there, though? no idea how to proceed, some nudges in the right direction would be great though

thanks in advance

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