1. ## Integrals

Sorry if I'm in the wrong place. I really think that I am.
Is this true? They're saying the integral of Y = the integral of the integral of Y. Which cannot possibly be true.

2. Originally Posted by Naur
Sorry if I'm in the wrong place. I really think that I am.
Is this true? They're saying the integral of Y = the integral of the integral of Y. Which cannot possibly be true.
Please post the entire context of this thumbnail.

3. Sorry for the lateness of my reply. I've figured out the problem, and no longer need your help. I still don't get this line, but I figured it out otherwise so I don't really care.
Thanks, mr. Fantastic!