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It is (e^x)+1 . I tried using limits on the bounds and then integration by parts and then switching certain values to other limited integrals and canceling... I tell you what that didn't work. I also tried a limit for the natural logarithm with an integral for the Dirichlet eta function, but that gave me a very tough looking limit that I had no chance with.

edit: The limit was lim x->+1 ([itex]\Gamma[/itex](x)[itex]\eta[/itex](x)-ln(2))/(x-1) , if anyone has some cool trick for that.

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