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If I can think about the differentialdtin the integration∫f(t)dtas a const infinitesimal element, Can I get it out of the integration (i.e. writedt∫f(t))??

& if this is not valid, please explain why (is this invalid when we work with infinitesimals??)

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# Can I get the differential out of the integration

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