4. Use a table of integrals to evaluate dx/(xlnx times the square root of (4+(lnx))^2
5. Use the Trapezoidal Rule to approximate dx/(the square root of (x^6+1) with n = 6.
6. Use Simpson's Rule to approximate e^(-x^2) dx with n = 8.
7. Use the laws of logarithms to expand and simplify the expression: log (x/(3x+1))
10. Use logarithmic differentiation to find the derivative of the function y=e^(x) * x^(2lnx)