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We've been given a question about double integrals and I'm confued by the integration needed and I figure I'm doing something really dozey because all the others have worked out with the exception of this one-

(sorry I don't know how to do the integration signs!)

integral between 0 and 1 then integral between x^2 and x(the limits mentioned first being the bottom limits) of x/y dydx

I've worked out the 'inner' integral as being the integral between the limits 0 and 1 as (xln(2-x) - xlnx) dx

I'm not really sure where to go from here though because integration by parts doesn't seem to be getting me anywhere. Is there some trick I should use or have I just gone the wrong way about this? Any help would be great, even just to get me going in the right direction. Thanks!

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# Double Integral Problem

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