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# Using Integration Tables In Exercises 9–36, use the integration table in Appendix C to find the indefinite integral. See Examples 1, 2,3, and 5. ∫ 3 x   ln   3 x   d x

To determine

To calculate: The solution of indefinite integral 3xln3xdx.

Explanation

Given Information:

The integral is 3xln3xdx.

Formula used:

The integral formula is,

unlnudu=un+1(n+1)2[1+(n+1)lnu]+C

Calculation:

Let u=3x.

Differentiate the above function on both side with respect to x.

du=3dx

Consider the provided integral,

3xln3xdx

Multiply and divide by 3.

3xln3xdx=13(3xln3x)3dx

Substitute u for 3x, and du for 3dx.

3xln3xdx=13ulnudu

Use the formula 42 and solve the above integral as,

3xln3xdx=<

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