Improper Integrals -- Infinite Intervals 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Evaluate the integral. (from e to infinity) ∫(25/x(lnx)^3)dx 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I know that for evaluating improper integrals, you can take the limit as t approaches infinity of the given integral, but my problem is in evaluating the integral itself. 25 comes out of the integrand, and so I'm left with dx/x(lnx)^3, and this is where I'm confused. I'm guessing integration by parts is necessary to properly evaluate this, but I'm not entirely sure. I tried setting u = (lnx)^-3, which gives me du=-3lnx/x*dx, but then I'm left with dv=xdx, so v=1/2x^2, but based on the solution, I don't believe I'm at all headed in the right direction. Any help would be greatly appreciated!