When you are solving exact differential equations you want to do the opposite of partial differentiation, And when you apply Leibniz's integration I have seen an example were there was an integral symbol (with respect to x) and they treated the other variable as a constant. Is the notation sloppy or is there a quick way of checking whats going on with going into exact proofs?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Why is there no symbol for partial integration?

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