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¡Ò (Ln rad(x)) /x dx=

  • Calculus -

    Evaluate the indefinite integral

  • Calculus -

    ln √x = 1/2 ln x

    Note that if u = ln x,

    du = 1/x dx

    so your integral is just 1/2 u du

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