# Problem are mixedsome may require use of the integration by- parts formula along with techniques we have considered earlier; others may require repeated use of the integration-by-parts formula. Assume that g(x) > 0 whenever ln g(x) is involved. In (x

Problem are mixed—some may require use of the integration by- parts formula along with techniques we have considered earlier; others may require repeated use of the integration-by-parts formula. Assume that g(x) > 0 whenever ln g(x) is involved.

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## In (x + 4) dx 0,

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