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1. Hi,

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How do I integrate ln(x) ?

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2. (Original post by tsruser4)
Hi,

First post on TSR

How do I integrate ln(x) ?

Thanks
See it as the integral of 1 X ln(x) and then integrate by parts. Make ln(x) u and 1 dv/dx.
3. By parts, i.e 1 x ln(x)
4. Thanks both of you

That's a real sneaky question.
5. (Original post by tsruser4)
Thanks both of you

That's a real sneaky question.
Was it an extension on a homework?
6. (Original post by zetamcfc)
Was it an extension on a homework?
Yeah I've been struggling with integration so asked for extra questions so I could keep practicing.
7. (Original post by tsruser4)
Yeah I've been struggling with integration so asked for extra questions so I could keep practicing.
That is the way to get the top grades, keep going!
8. (Original post by zetamcfc)
That is the way to get the top grades, keep going!
And I know where to come for help when I'm stuck now
9. It will help if you post maths questions in the maths forum.
I've moved this thread to maths for you.
10. (Original post by tsruser4)
Hi,

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How do I integrate ln(x) ?

Thanks
It is possible to do it by looking at e^x

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11. (Original post by physicsmaths)
It is possible to do it by looking at e^x

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Hmmm, can you explain more?

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