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Hello, everyone. This is Tom from everystepcalculus.com, everystepphysics.com. I’m going to do a integral of a natural log in this video to go with my menu. Let’s do an index 8 to get to my menu. I’m already at LN of X integral, which is natural log of you know, and integrate that. We’re going to press number 2, integration. And we’re going to integrate transcendentals. Number 1, log of X. And you have to press alpha before you enter anything in these entry lines here. And we’re going to enter the function that you see. Alpha 2nd log of 5 times X. It will show you what you’ve entered; you can change it if you want. I say it’s okay. I’m going to rewrite this. Like you see, integral of log of 5x and then we have the 1 over here, DX, to show you that we’re going to do DV is equal to 1, V is equal to the interval of 1dx. The answer is X. And then U is log of 5x, but that always equals the derivative of that is one over X. Here’s the formula: VU minus the integral of VDU. And we plug in the variables for the formula. Here’s V and here’s U, minus the integral of V again and then DU. And then we’re going to integrate 1 here, because that’s what that works out to, what we just put down before. And so the integration of integral of 1 is minus X. So here’s the answer: X times log of 5 times X minus 1 plus C. Notice we’ve factored the X out here. Also notice that sometimes‚ you might think about this too‚ log of 5 times X is really log of 5 plus log of X, so that could be written like that, too. X times log of 5 times log of X minus 1 plus C. So subscribe at my site and you can see more movies that I might make for your enjoyment. Have a good one.

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