anonymous
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whats the derivative of (lnt)^2
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  • anonymous
whats the derivative of (lnt)^2
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dumbcow
  • dumbcow
use chain rule =2*ln(t)*1/t
anonymous
  • anonymous
srry my question was actually the integral of this problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol srry i was asking for the derivative

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you for your help
dumbcow
  • dumbcow
oh ok use integration by parts then u=ln(t) dv=ln(t) du= 1/t v = tlnt - t
anonymous
  • anonymous
can i just say that my u is (lnt)^2 and that my dv is 1
dumbcow
  • dumbcow
yeah i guess that will work too
anonymous
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k ty

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