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# Log Function : Integral and Derivative

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Let g(x)=integral from 1 to x sin t ln t dt. Find g'(x)

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The integral and derivative of a log function are found.

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Because,
g(x) = integral(1 to x) [sin(t)*ln(t)*dt]

By Leibnitz ...

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