Hi, first post. I'm not a physics buff at all and this is probably an easy question to answer.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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

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# Quantum Calculus?

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