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an act or instance of combining into an integral whole an act or instance of integrating a racial, religious, or ethnic group an act or instance of integrating an or…ganization, place of business, school, etc (MORE)

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Well you should not have integrity because i think you should never follow it and that it has a strict meaning

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The integral of a function between a and b can be thought of as the area of the region bounded by the graph of the function and the x-axis between x=a and x=b. When f(x) is ne…gative, the integral is negative. The integral can be defined many ways, the most straightforward of which is summarized as follows: Partition the interval [a,b] into n subintervals. On each interval, find the the least upper bound of the of the function. Then add up the areas of the rectangles obtained by multiplying the the width of each interval by the supremum on that interval. This is called the Upper Sum. The Lower Sum is found similiarly, except the supremum is replaced by the infimum. If the least upper bound of the set of lower all lower sums is equal to the greatest lower bound of the set of all upper sums, then the function is integrable on the interval, and the common number is called the integral. (MORE)

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Integrated is creating, applying or mixing two methods together to build a larger base. For example, two marketing campaigns can be used to maximize sales.

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Integrism is a not very nice term used by different people for different reasons. It is very confusing and not a specific legal term - in other words, it is not carried in a…ny Catholic dictionary or the Vatican website. It was originally used by Modernists to describe those who were loyal to the Magisterium during the time of Pope Pius X. Since then it has more recently been applied by "liberal" Catholics to the far right wing often described as traditionalist, those who are "more Catholic than the pope", so to speak. If you are a Christian, you would better spend your time trying to pray well, and follow Our Blessed Lord without worrying about labels and such. .
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This term was originally coined to describe those who elevated theological differences to differences in dogma, by degrees. \n.
The integrist confused that which was the faith, with that which expressed it. \n.
Today it used as a pejorative to "describe" those who adhere to traditional Catholicism. It is used most often by conservative Catholics who feel threatened by traditional Catholics' claims. \n.
It describes those who separate the Holy See from the governance of Catholic faith, especially where it concerns the Latin rite Mass and the controversy between the Normative Mass, and the Mass of the 1962 Missal. \n\n.
"The term "integrism" is not a new term. One Catholic source places the coinage during the pontificate of Pius X and his successor after the former condemned modernism. \n.
The term implies "extremism" -- whether it is on the right or left of the spectrum (political, religious, etc.). In any case it is pejorative and derogatory when used in the modern lexicon. \n.
One Catholic conservative or neo-Cath states that "there are degrees of Integrism, and not all are culpable, as Dietrich Von Hildebrand has noted, since many have no intention of challenging the authority of the Pope..." \n.
Conservative and N.O. Catholics label traditionalist Catholics as "integrists." Traditionalists fire back and call them "neo-caths" or "liberals." \n.
Its modern use was employed by the Abbé de Nantes when he used it on those traditionalists who went to him to ask him to join their cause -- to save the Church from ruin. However, it was not the kind of "saving" or "restoring" that these French and Mexican clergy since they were already declaring that Pope Paul VI had lost his pontificate and that the See of Peter was now vacant. De Nantes called them "integrists." . (MORE)

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Integrity is the quality of having high moral principles, being reliable and trustworthy. In databases integrity relates to the reliability and consistency of the data. The S…QL DDL includes commands for specifying integrity constraints that the data stored in the database must satisfy. Updates that violate integrity constraints are disallowed. ...it is also being sincere and being trustworthiness nothing can guarantee social stability and confidence among people like honest, it is considered one of the basic foundations on which societies are built. the moment it disappears, distrust and lack of cooperation take it's place in the heart of people. Integrity means 1) sticking to moral and ethical principles. Being honest. 2) being sound, unimpaired, undivided complete. (MORE)

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Integrating is the mathematical process used for finding the area under a curve. In principle, this is accomplished by creating a number of rectangles within the area and summ…ing their areas to get an approximation of the total area under the curve. Obviously, the accuracy of the approximation is related to how closely the rectangles fit to the curve. The more rectangles you have, the closer their summed areas matches the area under the curve. At the point where you have an infinite number of rectangles, their summed area exactly matches the area under the curve. Integration is a mathematical operation performed on the equation of the curve which results in value for the area if the endpoints of the curve are defined (a definite integral) or AA mathematical expression for the area into which endpoints can be plugged (an indefinite integral). (MORE)

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You'll want to understand the different techniques for different types of integrals. For instance, simple polynomials can be integrated very easily, whereas a product of funct…ions has a special technique called "Integration by Parts" that is used to solve the integral. It simply depends on the format of the integrand (what is inside the integral). (MORE)

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I think you mean "u" substitution in integration. If an integral is too complicated to be solved using simple integration, part of the integral can be substituted for "u". He…re is an example: ∫8x(4x²+7)³dx To solve this, you need a u substitution. Let's let u=4x²+7 Now, we can't still have x's in the equation if there is the new variable of u, so we need to change dx into du. To do this, we differentiate u. du=8xdx Luckily, we have that 8x in the integral already. After substituting the new u substitution in, the integral reads: ∫u³du Now, all we need to do is integrate! Once we integrate, we come up with u⁴/4 + C However, we have to bring it back into terms of x. If you recall u=4x²+7, so let's back-substitute. y = (4x²+7)⁴/4 + C And there you go! A successful u substitution! (MORE)

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An integral plow is one in which the entire weight is carried by the three point hitch when transporting and it may or may not have a tailwheel and gauge wheels, a semi-integr…al plow has a wheel or wheels that remain in contact with the ground when transporting while the rest of the weight is carried by the three point hitch, a drawn plow is self supported on wheels and is attached to tractor solely by the drawbar. (MORE)