Say the limit of the integral is from 0 to t and the integral is ended with a dt. Is this okay?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Generally, all the integrals I see with a variable limit end with a d-letter that is not the same as the variable in the limit. ie: limit is from 0 to t, ends with du

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# Question on integral notation (dt, dx, etc.)

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