There's this thing I've always wondered about but never really found the answer. However, I'm sure it's obvious to many of you. It goes as follow: How come the change of variable theorem (for simple integrals) is so complicated but the fact is that it never fails to say "let's set u =... Then, du = ...", which is not at all what the change of variable theorem is saying imho.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Change of variable theorem.

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