definite integral using property
integral of ln(sin x) from 0  to pi/2



integral of ln(sin x) from 0  to pi/2
Take the given integral as I
apply the property

of definite integrals to change x to [(pi/2) - x]
use the property of trigonometry to change
[(pi/2) - x] to cosx
add the two values of I
apply the property of logarithm to make into
a single expression and use trigonometry formula for sin2x
and use the property of log to split into two integrals and
evaluate the simple integral involving ln(2)

now use the substitution u = 2x in the other integral
and change the limits  in terms of u. [0 to pi]

Use the property  of definite integral to
change back the limits to 0  to pi/2.

You will get back the original integral I
Now solve for I.

integration formula

integral of ln(sin x) from 0 to pi/2
integral of ln(sin x) from 0 to pi/2

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