integrate -2/xln^4(x)...plz help me..give me an idea on how to start..plz
The derivative of the ln(x) function is 1/x and this is multiplying the
ln^4(x). You can thus write the integral as:
-2 * 1/5 ln^5(x) + constant.
is that the answer?
wut about the x infront of ln^(x)...becasue the orignial question is -2/xln^4(x)...wut happens to da x?
I read that as -2 divided by x. If you differentiate Ln^5(x) you get 5 Ln^4(x) times 1/x.
why should i differentiat it if i am trying to integrate it?
can i also use integration by parts to solve this?