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Hello!

How can we find the antiderivative of [tex]2(1 + lnx)(x^x)^2[/tex]

As it stands it is not algebraically solvable.

This question is from my calculus' book, but the solutions are not provided...

Does anyone know of any mthod we can use to integrate this?

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