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I'm having trouble with this definite integral: 1$2 ((ln x)^2)/(x^3) dx. The definite integral has upper bound of 2, and lower bound of 1.

I'm having trouble with this definite integral: 1$2 ((ln x)^2)/(x^3) dx.


The definite integral has upper bound of 2, and lower bound of 1.


The integrand has numerator of (ln(x))^2 dx

The integrand has denominator of x^3.


I've also attached a picture of the integral.


Could you show how to solve this, including each step please? Sorry for any confusion. Thanks.

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