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How would you formally express the result of:

[tex]\lim_{\Delta \to 0}\int_{a}^{a+\Delta}f(x)\cdot dx[/tex]

Is it correct to say that it is equal to [tex]f(a)\cdot dx[/tex] ?

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# Simple question on integrals and limits

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