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Accroding to my notes, when performing integration by substitution, du/dx= f'(x), and therefore du = f'(x)*dx. But how is this possible? We are treatnig dy/dx as if it were a fraction - but in essence it is not! So why is this statement still true?

Thanks.

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# Integration by substitution .

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