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7-101.

Brooke and Anne came across this integral: $y = \int d x$. Brooke says it cannot be evaluated because there is nothing to integrate. Anne says the answer is $y = x + C$. Who is correct and why?

An integral is the sum of infinitely many rectangles with infinitely small widths.
The base of each rectangle is represented as $dx$. The height is the integrand.
Though you cannot see the integral and, it is there.