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I just started to study Physics and I have a very simple question about integration. I'm blocked on this for a while. I'm trying to solve a differential equation for which I need to integrate the expression:

∫(e^2lnx)(10x)dx

Does someone can tell me how to do it? I can't find this exact expression in formulas, and I've tried substitution with u = e^2lnx or with u = 2lnx and I've also tried to use ∫u'v = uv - ∫ uv' ... doesn't seem to work. Any idea?

Thanks a lot!

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# Simple integration problem:help!

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