simple integral

simple integral

[′sim·pəl ′int·ə·grəl]
(mathematics)
An integral over only one variable.
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To gain an understanding of this process, a simple integral model can be developed using a choice of methods.
Originality is also shown in his argument that Palladian buildings and Jonson's masques work by metonymy rather than metaphor, since they do not symbolize or substitute for; instead," their symmetry, balance, hierarchical ordering, and simple integral proportions affirm the universal order by be/rig rather than representing" (26).
Cancellations in the mathematics then result in a very simple equation--"a simple integral,' as Faulkner describes it --on which the differences in these waves depend.

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