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I'm stuck on this problem, I can't solve it

Sum(from 1 to infinity) of 8 / x^2(4+ln(x))

Does anybody have the fainest idea of how to solve?

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# Sum(from 1 to infinity) of 8 / x^2(4+ln(x))

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