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## integral

```  4  definitions  found

From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]:

Integral  \In"te*gral\,  a.  [Cf.  F.  int['e]gral.  See  {Integer}.]
1.  Lacking  nothing  of  completeness;  complete;  perfect;
uninjured;  whole;  entire.

A  local  motion  keepeth  bodies  integral.  --Bacon.

2.  Essential  to  completeness;  constituent,  as  a  part
pertaining  to  or  serving  to  form  an  integer;  integrant.

Ceasing  to  do  evil,  and  doing  good,  are  the  two
great  integral  parts  that  complete  this  duty.
--South.

3.  (Math.)
a  Of  pertaining  to  or  being  a  whole  number  or
undivided  quantity;  not  fractional.
b  Pertaining  to  or  proceeding  by  integration;  as  the
integral  calculus.

{Integral  calculus}.  See  under  {Calculus}.

From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]:

Integral  \In"te*gral\,  n.
1.  A  whole;  an  entire  thing  a  whole  number;  an  individual.

2.  (Math.)  An  expression  which  being  differentiated,  will
produce  a  given  differential.  See  differential
{Differential},  and  {Integration}.  Cf  {Fluent}.

{Elliptic  integral},  one  of  an  important  class  of  integrals,
occurring  in  the  higher  mathematics;  --  so  called  because
one  of  the  integrals  expresses  the  length  of  an  arc  of  an
ellipse.

From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]:

Fluent  \Flu"ent\,  n.
1.  A  current  of  water;  a  stream.  [Obs.]

2.  [Cf.  F.  fluente.]  (Math.)  A  variable  quantity,  considered
as  increasing  or  diminishing;  --  called  in  the  modern
calculus,  the  {function}  or  {integral}.

From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]:

integral
adj  1:  existing  as  an  essential  constituent  or  characteristic;  "the
Ptolemaic  system  with  its  built-in  concept  of
periodicity";  "a  constitutional  inability  to  tell  the
truth"  [syn:  {built-in},  {constitutional},  {inbuilt},
{inherent}]
2:  constituting  the  undiminished  entirety;  lacking  nothing
essential  especially  not  damaged;  "a  local  motion  keepeth
bodies  integral"-  Bacon;  "was  able  to  keep  the  collection
entire  during  his  lifetime";  "fought  to  keep  the  union
intact"  [syn:  {entire},  {intact}]
n  :  the  result  of  a  mathematical  integration;  F(x)  is  the
integral  of  f(x)  if  dF/dx  =  f(x)
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