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When a derivative of a function appears on one side of an equation and the function appears somewhere on the other side, it is common to employ a series of manipulations of notation that are called separation of variables. This strategy is often presented in a way that makes it seem as though differentials were quantities that could be independently moved around an equation. The purpose of this video is to show that the same end result can be obtained more rigorously using u-substitution, in other words, using a "change of variables."

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