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How do you integrate logx?

Do it using integration by parts.

The sneaky bit is, you rewrite it as 1*logx

I = int logx dx = int 1*logx dx = x.logx - int x/x dx =  x.logx - int 1 dx = x.logx - x

I = x(logx - 1)

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