constant of integration


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constant of integration

[′kän·stənt əv ‚in·tə′grā·shən]
(mathematics)
An arbitrary constant that must be added to an indefinite integral of a function to obtain all the indefinite integrals of that function. Also known as integration constant.
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The summary of the calculated friction velocity, the constant of integration, and the wake strength is presented in Table 2.
The friction velocity, constant of integration, and wake strength Position [U.
Using the initial condition that y(0) = 1 , gives C = 2 for the constant of integration.

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