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Hi thanks for the reply could explain further, for example,

see attached word doc sorry can't type in here with the symbols so put it in a word document.

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James

I do not understand where you believe the last equation you have in your document should come from.

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The proper presentation of dv and dt as separate entities called differentials will be covered in a course on differential equations, or differential geometry.

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dx is not the entity that becomes x. In the integral

[tex]\int dx[/tex]

you are integrating the function between the integral sign and the dx symbol. This is the identity function 1, whose primitive with respect to x is x ( + C).

Similarly, the primitive of at with respect to t is at

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You have been a great help

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