Integration involving log_2(x) Having a hard time going about this problem:

wasangagac4 2022-10-14 Answered
Integration involving log 2 ( x )
Having a hard time going about this problem:
ln ( 2 ) log 2 ( x ) x
I believe ln ( 2 ) would be considered a constant, so than the equation would then changed to:
ln ( 2 ) log 2 ( x ) x
That's about all I've got.
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Tiberlaue
Answered 2022-10-15 Author has 7 answers
Since log 2 ( x ) = ln x ln 2 then your anti-derivative becomes
ln x x d x = 1 x × ln x d x = 1 2 ( ln x ) 2 + C
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