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∫ {[ln(v)]^(s-1) - [ln(v)]^(-s)}/(v-1) dv, with limits from v=1 to v=e, and 0<Re(s)<1

I've tried breaking it down to the real and imaginary parts, but even then I was back to the problem of trying to integrate with cos(u)+isin(u) issues.

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∫ {[ln(v)]^(s-1) - [ln(v)]^(-s)}/(v-1) dv, with limits from v=1 to v=e, and 0<Re(s)<1

I've tried breaking it down to the real and imaginary parts, but even then I was back to the problem of trying to integrate with cos(u)+isin(u) issues.

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According to Mathematica, the integral doesn't converge. It doesn't seem to be able to find an indefinite integral either.

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