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integrate xlnx dx from x= 0 to x= 1

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  1. anonymous
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    Eww…improper integrals.

  2. anonymous
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    that's not an improper integral, you just have to integrate by parts

  3. anonymous
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    That's the approach, yes, but the natural logarithm of zero is undefined, so that is improper with those integration limits. :)

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    lol oh yeah i forgot, i only see infinity bounds nowadays so i guess it is one... oh well same thign except you gotta take the limit at the end

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