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I need some help! :uhh:

I have a series of maths problems in my physics work...

I am trying to integrate a power of a log - such as:

y= 3.2875E+004 - 8.9321E+005*ln x + 4.2316E+006*(ln x)^2 - 7.7776E+006*(ln x)^3 + 7.4949E+006*(ln x)^4 - 4.1373E+006*(ln x)^5 + 1.3164E+006*(ln x)^6 - 2.2448E+005*(ln x)^7 + 1.5873E+004*(ln x)^8

Any help at all would be great

All I have is that: integral of lnx = xlnx - x + C

even just the simple y = 2*(lnx)^3, would be great, I can do the rest from there...I assume its a 'by parts' expression?

Cheers

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# Integration of powers of natural logs

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