How do you do this??? I know how to do integration by parts it's just this one problem...

Evaluate the integral using integration by parts:

The integral of (lnx)^2 dx (that's lnx squared)

Thanks

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- February 20th 2007, 11:55 AMabcocoaIntegration by parts
How do you do this??? I know how to do integration by parts it's just this one problem...

Evaluate the integral using integration by parts:

The integral of (lnx)^2 dx (that's lnx squared)

Thanks - February 20th 2007, 02:20 PMSoroban
Hello, abcocoa!

Did you try it at all? .There aren't many choices.

Quote:

∫ (ln x)² dx

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ln x

Let u .= .(ln x)² . → . du .= .------- dx

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .x

dv .= .dx . → . v .= .x

And we have: . x(ln x)² - 2 ∫ ln x dx

. . By parts again:

. . . . u .= .ln x . → . du .= .dx/x

. . . . dv .= .dx/x . → . v .= .x

And we have: . x(ln x)² - 2(x·ln x - ∫ dx) + C

. . . . . . . . . . x(ln x)² - 2x·ln x + 2x + C