hi, why is ln|x|, from -1 to 1, converging?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

is "0" the bad point, and must i break up the integral from 1 to $, where $ = 0, and from $ to -1... so i have xlnx-x as my derivative... and i get -2?

thanks

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# Improper integral

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