# What is #f(x) = int xsinx- sec2x dx# if #f(pi/12)=-2 #?

also

the solution is quite long because it consists of two terms.

from the given:

so that

Now , combine the first and second parts

The final answer is

simplifying the square roots we have the following

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To find ( f(x) ), integrate ( \int xsin(x) - \sec^2(x) , dx ). Given ( f(\frac{\pi}{12}) = -2 ), you can solve for ( f(x) ) using the given value and integration.

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