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posted by
sarah on
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is the integral of xln(x)dx=
x^2/4(4ln(x)42ln(x)+3)+C?

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Quidditch,
To checkdifferentiate the integral to see if you get the original equation.
I believe you are correct.

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drwls,
You should simplify what you wrote. You have constants and terms in ln x that can be combined. If you do, you should end up with
x^2[(ln x)/2  1/4] + C