integral calculus

integral calculus (uncountable)

  1. (calculus) The calculus that generalizes summation to find areas, masses, volumes, sums, and totals of quantities described by continuously varying functions.
Related terms Translations
  • French: calcul intégral
  • German: Integralrechnung
  • Portuguese: cálculo integral
  • Russian: интегра́льное исчисле́ние
  • Spanish: cálculo integral

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