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is the integral of the square root of x*ln(x)
=(2/3 x^(3/2))(lnx-2/3)
?

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asked by sarah
  1. IF you mean
    int [ ln (x) * x^(1/2) dx
    I get from integral table
    x^(3/2) [ ln(x)/(3/2) - 4/9 ]

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    posted by Damon
  2. So yes, we agree.

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