integrand

[in-ti-grand]
noun Mathematics.
the expression to be integrated.

Origin:
1895–1900; < Latin integrandum, noun use of neuter of integrandus, gerund of integrāre to integrate

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integrand (ˈɪntɪˌɡrænd)
 
n
a mathematical function to be integrated
 
[C19: from Latin: to be integrated]

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integrand   (ĭn'tĭ-grānd')  Pronunciation Key 
A function to be integrated.
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We thus introduce a scale factor pn which can be chosen to keep the integrand well behaved.
For some shapes, such as a circle, the integrand will have an unbounded slope at one or both limits of integration.
Taking absolute values of the integrand in the second term finishes the proof.
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