First, I must disclose that this is a homework problem. Here is the integral exactly as stated: Evaluate So this is what I did: However, ln 0 is undefined. So how do I proceed? Or, is it possible to proceed? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by kid funky fried First, I must disclose that this is a homework problem. Here is the integral exactly as stated: Evaluate So this is what I did: However, ln 0 is undefined. So how do I proceed? Or, is it possible to proceed? Any help is greatly appreciated. No, This is called an "improper integral", It should be solved in terms of limits. .
Originally Posted by kid funky fried First, I must disclose that this is a homework problem. Here is the integral exactly as stated: Evaluate So this is what I did: However, ln 0 is undefined. So how do I proceed? Or, is it possible to proceed? Any help is greatly appreciated. This is an improper integral. Replace the 0 by t in your equation you obtained by IBP and then calculate this as a limit.
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