integrals


integrals
'in·te·gral || 'ɪntɪgrəl n. something which is whole, entire thing; Riemann integral, expression which will produce a given differential when differentiated (Mathematics) adj. pertaining to or part of a whole; intrinsic, essential, constituent; made up of parts which together form a whole; whole, complete, undivided

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