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posted by Maria .
i still need help on this...integrate (2)/(xln^4(x) dx...should i be using substitution ...if yes then wut should i substitute? plz help me..thanks in advanced!
at is wrong with u= 1/x and dv= dx/ln^4(x) ?
remember d/dx (lnx)^n= (n/x)*lnx)^(n1)
okey thank you...i got it now
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