Joshua W. answered • 03/28/21

Patient and Communicative Engineering Student

Via the properties of natural log and e, we know that log_{a}(x) = ln(x)/ln(a), but it also works if a and x swap positions, in that log_{x}(a) = ln(a)/ln(x) is also true. Replace log_{x}(2) with (ln(2)/ln(x)) and solve. I'm assuming since you specified which type of log_{base} integral you did not know how to solve that you DO know how to deal with the integral of ln.

Krugen K.

Thank you, after converting logx(2) to (ln(2)/ln(x)) it becomes easier and I can now solve the integral.03/30/21