Let F(x) be an antiderivative of (ln x)^3/x. If F(1) = 0, then F(9) = a. .048 b. .144 c. 5.827 d. 23. 308 e. 1,640.250
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Originally Posted by frozenflames Let F(x) be an antiderivative of (ln x)^3/x. If F(1) = 0, then F(9) = a. .048 b. .144 c. 5.827 d. 23. 308 e. 1,640.250 Find, . Let then Express the integral as, Thus, we have after substitution, Thus, substituting back, But Thus, Evaluate, the left part which gives, Thus, Thus, Thus,
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