Integral of voltage time means?

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Hi! In my physics class we’ve been doing this classical experiment where we measured the induced voltage in a coil when letting a magnet fall through it using a PASCO system. Now I understand perfectly fine most of the theory behind this, and understood how to calculate the magnetic flux (the integral of the area under the voltage-time graph). But what I’d just can’t get my head around is exactly what that number tells me? From time t to time t+h the flux was about 0.586? Is this the average flux during this time or the total flux? Thank you for helping me with my stupid question!

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