# Simple integration Q

Calculate the are of the finite region enclosed by the curves $y = \dfrac{2|x|}{\pi}$ and $y = sin(x)$

I understand that the integral is $sin(x) - \dfrac{2x}{\pi}$ however I'm having troubles finding where they intersect, I can only find x= 0, how do I solve $sin(x) = \dfrac{2x}{\pi}$ ? I can see by observation that 0, pi/2, -pi/2 work but is there a method to find these instead of observation?

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