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infinity

\[\Delta x \] means the change in x where dx is the derivative of x

when Delta x reaches infinity it becomes dx; the ghost of a departed ratio

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So when you multiply something by dx, what does that mean essentially?

it means that you are relating it back to when it had a real value

you might need to example that multiply by dx bit tho for clarity

2x dx for example is meaningless on its own we need more to the notation

{S} () dx is an operator on a derivative telling us that "x" was the important stuff

{S} (2x) dx means that we can undo this derivative to find out where it came from

\[\int dy = \int 1dx\]
\[y=x+c\]

yes, whereas the Reimann is a discrete count; the integration is a contiuous count

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