How do i find the domain of the function f(x) = ln(cos(x))?

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f(x) = ln(cos(x)

The domain is  when cos(x) is a positive value.

 (cos(x)) > 0

We know that:

cos0 = 1

cos pi/2 = 0

cos pi...

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