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## Homework Statement

I know it is supposed to be lnx however I find something peculiar. When I integrate it in wolfram alpha they give the integral as log(x). What the heck is going on here!?!

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I know it is supposed to be lnx however I find something peculiar. When I integrate it in wolfram alpha they give the integral as log(x). What the heck is going on here!?!

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If you check closer on Wolfram, by log(x) they mean the natural logarithm.

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so, y = ln (x); y' = 1/x * 1 = 1/x

i'm not sure if this helps or not... you are asking for y given y' = 1/x ?

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ok thanks guyz I precciate ya!

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