# Thread: How would you go about integrating(really sorry if the "LaTex" is wrong.

1. ## How would you go about integrating(really sorry if the "LaTex" is wrong.

$\int {\frac{\1}{\sqrt{\lnx}}}\,dx}$ ?

2. Originally Posted by Mathstud28
$\int {\frac{\1}{\sqrt{\lnx}}}\,dx}$ ?
Try using this piece of LaTeX code instead:
\int \frac{1}{\sqrt{ln x}} \ dx

$\int \frac{1}{\sqrt{ln x}} \ dx$

3. ## Thank you so much!

I am having a hard time adapting to this haha

4. It can't be integrated. May be $\int_0^1\frac1{\sqrt{-\ln x}}\,dx$ it's a good question.

thank you

6. ## What is the diffenrece

I recognize that \int_0^1\frac1{\sqrt{-\ln x}}\,dx = $\Gamma$(1/2) but why does that make a differnece?

7. ## Just to make sure I am understood.

$\int_0^1\frac1{\sqrt{-\ln x}}\,dx$= $\Gamma$(-1/2)