I saw this in Ron Gordon's answer to this question:

I need assistance in integrating $ \frac{x \sin x}{1+(\cos x)^2}$

Thank you!


Odd around $\pi/2.$ That is, given $f(x) = \arctan \cos x,$ we have $f(\pi - x) = -f(x).$ Draw a graph.

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