When you intergrate a Ln ax problem does is the answer always 1/x(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

for example integrate ln 2x

does it equal 1/x or ln 3x and so on

For some reason when i work it out on paper or my calculator it comes out to 1/x and I just dont think its right. I think im just being catious since the problems im doing will determine my grade for this semester.

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# Homework Help: Integrate Ln x

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