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By using u=ln(3x) and dv=6x dx, find ∫ 6x ln(3x) dx. Be sure to include the argument of the logarithm in parentheses.

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By using u=ln(3x) and dv=6x dx, find ∫ 6x ln(3x) dx. Be sure to include the argument of the logarithm in parentheses.

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Step 1

Consider the integral

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Step 2

The formula for integration by parts is given as

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Step 3

Substitute u = ln(3x) and dv = 6x dx in the formula for ...

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