this is an honest question. i have attempted this but i didnt know how to do this. tomorrow is my exam and i realised that there was no where of finding the integration of y=lnx. everytime i ask tis question, people will tell be 1/x but that is the derivative, i am after the integral(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so is there an integral of ln x?

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# How to integrate y = ln(x)

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