# What is the difference between sigma and integral?

Sigma is a discrete sum, a sum with steps. Eg. add the numbers from 1 to 10 or add the numbers 1/2, 1/4,...

A sigma always has a concept of a next thing to add, even if the list of things goes on forever.

An integral is a continuous summation. It is a summation in that we are adding up the area under the curve, for example, but it is continuous in that because we are adding things of arbitrary smallness it's not really possible to always point to the individual terms that are being added because they become some kind of continuous blur. Instead we use some mathematical technique (integration). But still it is a kind of summation.

### What is difference between sigma and pi bond?

Both sigma and pi bonds involve the sharing of a pair of electrons the difference is where the shared pair resides. In a sigma bond the electron pair mainly sits on the bond axis, the imaginary line between the atoms. In a pi bond the electrons sit above and below he bond axis and do not have any density along the axis.

### What is the difference between definite integral and line integral?

Both kinds of integrals are essentially calculations of areas under curves. In a definite integral the surface whose area is to be calculated is planar. In a line integral the surface whose area to be calculated might occupy two or more dimensions. You might be interested in the animated diagrams in the wikipedia article for the line integral.

### What is the integral of 500096?

Constants can be integrated by multiplying the integrand(thing being integrated) times the difference between the starting point a and the ending point b i.e the integral from 0 to 10 would be 5,000,960 Depends. Are you referring to an indefinite integral (a plain âˆ«) or a definite integral? I'm not sure about this(i've only spent 2 days learning about integrals), but the indefinite integral of 500096 is 500096x+C. The definite integral of 500096 depends on…

### The difference between sigma bond and pi bond?

A sigma bond is the end-to-end overlap of the bonding orbitals, usually hybrid orbitals. The sigma bond is a single bond. A pi bond is the side-to-side overlap of unhybridized p-orbitals. A pi bond, along with a sigma bond form a double bond. sigma bond is used in hybridization but pi bond when dealing with saturated molecules is not used,that is double bonds.The oygen molecule is sp hybridized have you ever reasoned or found out…

### Explain the difference between a separate body chassis and a integral chassis?

The difference is that a separate body chassis consists of the vehicle body and a separate frame which the body is bolted to (sometimes referred to as ladder frame). The integral chassis consists of a single body/frame unit, there is no separating them, they are one part (often referred to as unibody construction).

### What is integral zero?

The definite integral of any function identically equal to zero between any two points is zero. Integral is the area under the graph of the given function. Sometimes the terms "integral" or "indefinite integral" are used to refer to the general antiderivative of a function, especially in many textbooks. In this case, the indefinite integral is equal to an arbitrary constant, and it is important to distinguish between these two cases.

### How could you predict the presence of a sigma or pi bond in a molecule?

The presence of a sigma will be centered ( with the shared electrons) between the two atoms, such as in water H2O, the sigma will remain between the water and the hydrogen. It will remain in a bonding orbital between the two, the bonding orbital is the region where bonding electrons are likely to be found. As far a pi bond, you know already that there needs to be sigma in order to have a…

### What does sigma stand for in six sigma?

its a statistical term for standard diviation. in normal distribution if there are six standard deviations between the process mean and the nearest specification limit, then there is a 99.99966% probability that no items will fail to meet specifications . In six sigma 1.5 sigma correction is considered to allow the natural variation present in any process. So when we say that process is sis sigma , it is nactually 4.5 sigma.