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Suppose I have that:

$$F(x)= \frac{d H(Z)}{dZ}\cdot\frac{d^2 Z}{d x \,d y}$$

Now I want to find

$$\int F(x) \, dx $$

So can I say that

$$\int F(x) \, dx =\int \frac{d H(Z)}{dY} \, dZ\ ?$$

Any thoughts ?

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Welcome to MathStackExchange. Did you look at some examples? –  draks ... Apr 22 '12 at 20:22

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