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Is there a similar rule to be applied here as in the product rule for differentiation?

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Is there a similar rule to be applied here as in the product rule for differentiation?

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http://www.sosmath.com/calculus/integration/byparts/byparts.html

As for your other question, I don't know of any. I am sure it would consist of a natural log function, but it would depend what kind of quotient it is.

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Gotcha! Thanks a lot!

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Integration by parts is the integration counterpart to the product rule in differentiation.

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