I noticed than in the chapters I am studying now that while they give us a formula for taking the derivative of log base a of x, I can't find a correspoding formula for finding the integral of log base a of x.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

We have a table of integrals in the back of the book, but I only see integrals pertaining to forms of ln x.

So.. am I missing something? Does it not exist? Is it something so ugly I don't even want to know about it??

Thanks!

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# Integrating a logarithmic function

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