Using the fact that ,
we have:
Does this help?
Hi,
I am trying to solve ∫ln(t)^2 dt. I already solved part of the integral, however I don't know how to complete the exercise. Can someone help me? Thanks.
∫ln(t)^2 dt
u=ln(t)^2 dv=dt
du=2ln(t)*(1/t)dt v =t
t*ln(t)^2-∫t*2ln(t)*(1/t)dt
t*ln(t)^2-∫(t*2ln(t)/t) dt
t*ln(t)^2-∫(2ln(t)) dt