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# Constants of integration

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- Arbitrary constants of integration
- Integration, Constants of

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- found: Work cat.: Sherman, W.L. Zero-density cosmological models and their applicability to the observed universe, 1965:p. 1 (A review of relativistic models of the universe and materials relating to the cosmical constant showed that this term is a constant of integration and should be retained as a necessary term in the field equations of general relativity)
- found: Dictionary.com, via WWW, Dec. 28, 2005(constant of integration -- an undetermined constant added to every result of integration)
- found: Mathematics dictionary, 1992:p. 84 (constant of integration -- an arbitrary constant that must be added to any function arising from integration to obtain all the antiderivatives)
- found: MathWorld WWW site, Dec. 28, 2005(Constant of integration ... indefinite integrals are often written in the form [mathematical formula] where C is an arbitrary constant known as the constant of integration)
- found: Random House Webster's unabridged dictionary, 2001(constant of integration -- [mathematics] -- a constant that is added to the function obtained by evaluating the indefinite integral of a given function, indicating that all indefinite integrals of the given function differ by, at most, a constant)
- found: Wikipedia, via WWW, Dec. 28, 2005(Arbitrary constant of integration)

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- 2006-01-05: new
- 2006-03-30: revised

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