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Zareh Darakjian
04/04/00 10:10am

The integral of ln x / (1 - x) dx, between the limits of
0 and 1 is listed as pi^2/6. I am aware that this is
also zeta(2). I am trying to this integral by substitution
or any other method. No such luck yet! Can you help?

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