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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi, first post. I'm not a physics buff at all and this is probably an easy question to answer.

when looking at the fundamental theorem of calculus you take the limit as say t goes to zero (t being time). But does quantum physics say that t is not continuous.. something like a smallest time step such as plank time?.. and would this change calculus when dealing with real world problems?

thanks

when looking at the fundamental theorem of calculus you take the limit as say t goes to zero (t being time). But does quantum physics say that t is not continuous.. something like a smallest time step such as plank time?.. and would this change calculus when dealing with real world problems?

thanks