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u have used the differential as \(\Delta x\) and abused filly ! lol it looks good xD

I would change the notation: use summations , \(\Delta x\), and then take the limit as Δx ->0

Riemann sum?!

"delta n"

I was fairly certain that summations only ever counted by 1's.