I've spent about a good 30 minutes on this problem and I can't seem to find a way to use u-sub to make this problem work
(x + 1)e^(-3lnx)
Any help is appreciated!
Ok i think I see what happened here but I have a question.
When it got to
e^ln(x^-3)
What you did was bring the ln(x^-3) down by taking the ln to do so right? But wouldn't that end up being
ln(x^-3) lne since you have to do ln of something to bring down whatever is in the exponent? Sorry for the stupid questions =/ just really want to understand it.