I'm stuck...Could someone please help explain how to do this problem to me?

Find by substitution: the integral e to e^2 of dx/x(lnx)^2

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- February 4th 2009, 10:12 AMjuicysharpie[SOLVED] Calculus: Integration by substitution
I'm stuck...Could someone please help explain how to do this problem to me?

Find by substitution: the integral e to e^2 of dx/x(lnx)^2 - February 4th 2009, 10:18 AMPlato
- February 4th 2009, 10:18 AMMoo
- February 4th 2009, 10:39 AMjuicysharpie
I'm sorry. I still don't understand...:(

- February 4th 2009, 10:44 AMKrizalid
It's basic stuff according to substitution method. What is exactly you don't get?

- February 4th 2009, 10:49 AMjuicysharpie
I found u=ln x. du/dx = 1/x and du= 1/x dx. I found the new limits, 1 (lower) 2 (upper). So the new equation is the integral from 1 to 2 of 1/u^2 du. How do I derivate that so that I can plug in 1 and 2 to solve? I tried ln u x ln u but I don't think that's correct because I did not get 1/2 like the answer is supposed to be...

- February 4th 2009, 11:00 AMPlato
- February 4th 2009, 11:11 AMjuicysharpie
oh, i see...thanks for the help!!