the theorem that a given infinite series converges if the function whose value at each integer is the corresponding term in the series is decreasing, tends to zero, and results in a finite number when integrated from one to infinity.
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- integral calculus,
- integral curve,
- integral domain,
- integral equation,
- integral function,
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