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    Define "dx" In Terms of Intergration

    I just completed calculus 1 material on my own after three or four months of answering many questions per week and started basic integration today. I need a better understanding of dx as commonly used in textbooks. The book explains that we integrate a given function over dx without once breaking down what "dx" stands for. What exactly is, in basic terms, dx in terms of intergration?
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