Posted by **Confused** on Friday, February 15, 2013 at 4:45pm.

Evaluate the definite integral.

dx/(x*sqrt(lnx)) from 1 to e^4

I'm having trouble figuring this out, I might be overthinking it. The way I've approached this is by using u substitution and letting u=lnx. I keep getting the wrong answer though.

Help is appreciated!!

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