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integral

adjective basic, cardinal, central, constituent, elemental, essential, essential to commleteness, fundamental, indispensable, integrant, necessarius, necessary, needed, needful, prerequisite, primary, required, requisite, vital
Associated concepts: integral part of a case
See also: essential, indispensable, inherent, item, necessary, total, unit
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Bryan Glastonbury, Managing Director of Integral UK Ltd, said: "We are delighted to have made this acquisition, which safeguards a substantial number of jobs and ensures continuity of service to customers.
Pachpatte, Inequalities for Differential and Integral Equations, Academic Press, New York, 1998.
This integral arose in a search for integration challenges since the integrand is the product of the function inverses to [e.
Note that to evaluate this integral using integration by parts
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Breiter, Tables for the Probability Integral of the Bivariate t-Distribution, U.
First, it can be understood as an introductory textbook to the Kurzweil-Henstock integral as well as to some algebraic structures which are important from the viewpoint of applications to integration and probability theory.
If q is a positive integral function on [a,b] then (V) The power mean of f on [a,b] with respect to q is defined by
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