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I split it to 1/x * 1/log(x) and got the intergral = 1 + the intergral when using intergration by parts.

I know the answer is log[log(x)] but have no idea how you get log of a log.

Got a feeling the answer is going to really obvious!

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# Intergrating 1/[xlog(x)]

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