i know how to integrate the following using substitution, but how does one do this using parts?
the integral of ln(x)/x
So this is what I have so far.
u = ln(x), u' = (1/x), v' = (1/x), v = ln(x)
Then, I got:
ln squared x - the integral of (1/x)ln(x)
I guess my problem starts with how to integrate the (1/x)ln(x)
any help is appreciated!!!