Definition of integral calculus in English:

integral calculus

Line breaks: in¦te|gral cal¦cu|lus

noun

[mass noun]
A branch of mathematics concerned with the determination, properties, and application of integrals. Compare with differential calculus.
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  • There he was to receive a good understanding of basic mathematics studying differential and integral calculus, analytic geometry and the foundations of analysis.
  • He studied a lot of mathematics in his own time including trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, and complex numbers long before he met these topics in his formal education.
  • There he gave courses on astronomy, celestial mechanics, the differential and integral calculus, the theory of probability, geometry and trigonometry.

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