simple integral

simple integral

[′sim·pəl ′int·ə·grəl]
(mathematics)
An integral over only one variable.
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We can retain a simple integral equation formulation in scalar potential for the region outside the rail, where magnetic fields are irrotational.
To gain an understanding of this process, a simple integral model can be developed using a choice of methods.
This is a simple integral key lock (two keys are sup plied) that, when engaged, both prohibits the hammer from being cocked and prevents the trigger from being pulled.
Of course, both rifles feature Ruger's strong, simple integral scope bases and supplied rings.
Solving the previous simple integral and applying the [t.sub.6] = 0[leftrightarrow][r.sub.6] = -l and [z.sub.1] = -jh[leftrightarrow][r.sub.1] = 0 relationships, the desired transformation is
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.
Of course, students need to know how to solve simple integrals using change of variables or integration by parts, but they should not be overwhelmed with subtle substitutions that are time-consuming.
The above relation allows summing simple integrals determined by standard trapezes that have the same shape as an elementary trapeze [6], like the one referred hereunder (Fig.

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