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[tex]\int[/tex][tex]\int-xlogy dy dx[/tex]

the only problem i have is finding the integral of logy

i know i have to integrate my parts with u = logy and dv=dy

the book says the the integral of logy is ylogy-y but isn't the derivative of logy equal to 1/ylna where a is the base?

so isn't the integral of logy equal to ylogy-y/ln10 because of the base 10?

can someone clarify this for me?

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# Homework Help: Help with integral of Log

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