# What is an integral symbol?

That is, it's usually called the "

**integral symbol**". For its origins: "∫**symbol**is used to denote the**integral**in mathematics. The notation was introduced by the German mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz towards the end of the 17th century.A.

### What does the integral symbol mean?

The

**integral**sign ∫ represents integration. The**symbol**dx, called the differential of the variable x, indicates that the variable of integration is x. The function f(x) to be integrated is called the integrand. The**symbol**dx is separated from the integrand by a space (as shown).#### What is mean by integration?

**Integration**occurs when separate people or things are brought together, like the**integration**of students from all of the district's elementary schools at the new middle school, or the**integration**of snowboarding on all ski slopes. You may know the word differentiate, meaning "set apart."**Integrate**is its opposite.#### Is an integral an Antiderivative?

The notation used to refer to**antiderivatives**is the indefinite**integral**. f (x)dx means the**antiderivative**of f with respect to x. If F is an**antiderivative**of f, we can write f (x)dx = F + c. In this context, c is called the constant of integration.#### What does it mean to integrate in education?

**Integrated**schools bring together children and adults from Catholic, Protestant and other backgrounds in each school. The schools strive to achieve a religious balance of pupils, teachers and governors and acknowledge and respect the cultural diversity they represent.

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### What is integral line?

In mathematics, a

**line integral**is an**integral**where the function to be**integrated**is evaluated along a curve. The terms path**integral**, curve**integral**, and curvilinear**integral**are also used; contour**integral**as well, although that is typically reserved for**line integrals**in the complex plane.#### What is DS in line integral?

We will often want to write the parameterization of the curve as a vector function. In this case the curve is given by, The curve is called smooth if is continuous and for all t. The**line integral**of along C is denoted by, The**ds**is the same for both the arc length**integral**and the notation for the**line integral**.#### What is a conservative vector field?

In**vector**calculus, a**conservative vector field**is a**vector field**that is the gradient of some function, known in this context as a scalar potential. A**conservative vector field**is also irrotational; in three dimensions, this means that it has vanishing curl.#### What is curl F?

In vector calculus, the**curl**is a vector operator that describes the infinitesimal rotation of a vector field in three-dimensional Euclidean space. At every point in the field, the**curl**of that point is represented by a vector. The**curl**is a form of differentiation for vector fields.

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### What is an integral in calculus?

An

**integral**is a mathematical object that can be interpreted as an area or a generalization of area. Integrals, together with derivatives, are the fundamental objects of**calculus**. The Riemann**integral**is the simplest**integral**definition and the only one usually encountered in physics and elementary**calculus**.#### What does the integral do?

Finding the integral of a function with respect to x means finding the area to the x axis from the curve. The integral is usually called the anti-derivative, because**integrating**is the reverse process of differentiating. The fundamental theorem of calculus shows that antidifferentiation is the same as**integration**.#### What is an integral number?

The integer is a whole**number**as opposed to a fraction such as 3, 6, 8, 15, 1284.**Integral**means consisting of a whole**number**or an undivided quantity. The term**integral**may also refer to the notion of antiderivative, a function F whose derivative is the given function f. The set of integers can be denoted by Z.#### What is mean by integration?

**Integration**occurs when separate people or things are brought together, like the**integration**of students from all of the district's elementary schools at the new middle school, or the**integration**of snowboarding on all ski slopes. You may know the word differentiate, meaning "set apart."**Integrate**is its opposite.

Updated: 9th October 2018