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OpenStudy (anonymous):

How could you solve the intregal dx/xln(x) using the substitution method?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

substitute xln(x) by u

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Because if u=lnx, than du=(1/x)dx, so it equals ∫(1/u)du, with is ln(u), or ln(lnx)+c

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Let u = lnx

OpenStudy (anonymous):

omg, im noob :) Mine solution is pretty long and inefective

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