I was looking at a graph of ln(x) and 1/x together on my ti83 and assumed that because the ln(x) went negative with x<1 that that meant the area was negative, now I see that because the y value grows as x gets smaller that your subtracting a larger negative from a negative and end up with a positive.
Now I'm a little confused why the left hand method was larger than the ln(x)ln(x) method instead of smaller though if you have any ideas on that?
Thanks again for humoring me once already I'll understand if the thread dies here...lol
