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    Exclamation Integration help!

    I'm using the integral rule to determine at what value a series converges....but I only need help solving the integral. I can handle the rest.

    I'm stuck on what to do:

    integral from 6 to "b" of: 1/(x(ln(x))^2)

    thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by amaya View Post
    I'm using the integral rule to determine at what value a series converges....but I only need help solving the integral. I can handle the rest.

    I'm stuck on what to do:

    integral from 6 to "b" of: 1/(x(ln(x))^2)

    thank you!
    There are many approaches to finding \int \frac{1}{x (\ln x)^2} \, dx. One of them is to make the substitution u = \ln x.
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