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## Main Question or Discussion Point

When we integrate a function [tex]f(t)[/tex] with respect to t, we are finding the area under the curve [tex]f[/tex]. Intuitively, this is very clear.

What is the intuition behind integrating a function with respect to another function?

ex.

[tex]

\int f(t)dg

[/tex]

where g is itself a function of t?

What is the intuition behind integrating a function with respect to another function?

ex.

[tex]

\int f(t)dg

[/tex]

where g is itself a function of t?