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**Integral of 1/(sqrt(x^2 *ln(x)) from e to e^2... No idea. :(**

1. ∫e to e^2 of (1/(√x

^{2}ln(x)))dx

2. So confused! :(

Okay... So I tried something!

∫e to e^2 of [-2/3(x

^{2}*ln(x))

^{-3/2}* 1/(x + 2xln(x))] |e to e^2

I got the 1/(x+2xln(x)) because I was trying to think of some way to cancel out the

x+2xln(x) that results from the chain rule...

Don't think this is right... If not, what am I supposed to do here?