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Getting Natural With Derivative And Integral (Posted on 2010-02-11) Difficulty: 2 of 5
The function G is such that each of G, G and G exists and is continuous on the interval [0, e].

It is further known that G(e) = G(e) = G(1) = G(1) = 1, and:

e
∫ G(y)* y-2 dy = 0.5
1


Evaluate:

e
∫ G(y)*ln y dy
1


Note: ln y denotes the natural logarithm of y.

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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No SubjectJayDeeKay2010-02-21 21:17:55
Some ThoughtsJust a thoughtHarry2010-02-21 13:37:57
re: Time for a solution, KS?Jer2010-02-18 13:16:20
Time for a solution, KS?JayDeeKay2010-02-17 13:02:38
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