## Integral

**Integration** is an important concept in mathematics and, together with its inverse, differentiation, is one of the two main operations in calculus. Given a function *f* of a real variable *x* and an interval of the real line, the **definite integral**

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**Integral**s

... Mathematicians have used definite integrals as a tool to define identities ... Among these identities is the definition of the Euler–Mascheroni constant the Gamma function and the Laplace transform which is widely used in engineering ...

**Integral**

... In chaos theory, the correlation

**integral**is the mean probability that the states at two different times are close where is the number of considered states, is a threshold distance, a norm (e.g ... The correlation

**integral**is used to estimate the correlation dimension ... An estimator of the correlation

**integral**is the correlation sum ...

**Integral**Rule

... result is particularly useful in the differentiation of

**integral**transforms ... Whether Leibniz's

**Integral**Rule applies is essentially a question about the interchange of limits ...

**Integral**Theory

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**Integral**Theory, in that both combine spiritual and scientific insights to create a comprehensive understanding of humanity and the universe ... Evolutionary Enlightenment and

**Integral**Theory share an understanding that ultimate reality consists of a non-dual union of emptiness and form—with form being ... One outcome of this insight, which

**Integral**thinkers have codified and mapped, is that there are hierarchical stages of development along a deep-time ...

... we show that if is an antiderivative of on, then it has the path

**integral**property given above ... piecewise C1 path, one can express the path

**integral**of over as By the chain rule and the fundamental theorem of calculus one then has Therefore the

**integral**of over does not depend on the actual ...

### More definitions of "integral":

- (
*adj*): Constituting the undiminished entirety; lacking nothing essential especially not damaged.

Example:*"A local motion keepeth bodies integral"- Bacon*

Synonyms: entire, intact

- (
*adj*): Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic.

Synonyms: built-in, constitutional, inbuilt, inherent

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