Hi, what result do you get if you intergrate Inx with respect to x?
(i assume you mean "lnx")
Hint: integration by parts
As in the opposite of exponential.
First, it is ln(x), not "In(x)"!
As tiny-tim suggested, use integration by parts. That might seem strange since there is only one "part" but let u= ln(x) and dv= dx and every thing works out nicely.
Ok, thanks for your replies, james.
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