1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Using integration by parts, integrate: (1/x^2)(lnx) dx with the limits e and 1 2. Relevant equations [uv]to the limits a b - the integral of (v)(du/dx) dx (sorry, dont know how to write out equations properly on a computer) 3. The attempt at a solution I've got u=x^-2 so du/dx= -2x^-3 dv/dx=lnx so v= x(lnx-1) So putting this into the equation above: [x^-2.x(lnx-1)] - the integral of (-2x^-3.x(lnx-1)) Is this right so far? If so how do I integrate the last part? Do I do it sepeartley or by parts again? Many Thanks, any help at all would be greatly appreciated.