That is taught later in the chapter.Have you considered working with a Taylor approximation of ln(1 + n).
What happens to ln(ln(x)^{p+1}) as x --> infty?http://texify.com/img/%5CLARGE%5C%21%5Cint_2%5E%7B%5Cinfty%7D%20%5Cfrac%7Bdx%7D%7Bx%20%5Cln%28x%29%5E%7Bp%7D%7D%20%3D%20%20%20%5Cleft%5B%20%5Cfrac%7B%20%5Cln%20%28%5Cln%28x%29%5E%7Bp%2B1%7D%29%7D%7B%28p%2B1%29%7D%20%5Cright%5D_2%5E%7B%5Cinfty%7D.gif [Broken]
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OK, nevermind.That is taught later in the chapter.
That's not right. Substitute u=ln(x).http://texify.com/img/%5CLARGE%5C%21%5Cint_2%5E%7B%5Cinfty%7D%20%5Cfrac%7Bdx%7D%7Bx%20%5Cln%28x%29%5E%7Bp%7D%7D%20%3D%20%20%20%5Cleft%5B%20%5Cfrac%7B%20%5Cln%20%28%5Cln%28x%29%5E%7Bp%2B1%7D%29%7D%7B%28p%2B1%29%7D%20%5Cright%5D_2%5E%7B%5Cinfty%7D.gif [Broken]
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