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Homework Help: integration by part

Posted by nicholas on Saturday, February 17, 2007 at 9:08pm.

s- integral

s (p^5) lnp dp ?

= (lnp)[(p^6)/(6)] - s (i'm confused here)

Let ln p = u and p^5 dv = dv
du = 1/p and v = p^6/6
The integral can be written uv - v du =
(ln p*p^6)/6 - S (p^5/6)
= (1/6)ln p*p^6 - ???

Complete the last step

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