use substitution to evaluate the definite integral \int_e^e^2{dx\ x(lnx)^2}
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Originally Posted by fastman390 use substitution to evaluate the definite integral \int_e^e^2{dx\ x(lnx)^2} huh? please clarify do you mean ?? if so, the substitution you want is
Assuming it is , use . Thus . The bounds become Now you have If you need it: Spoiler:
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