antiderivative

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an·ti·de·riv·a·tive

 (ăn′tē-dĭ-rĭv′ə-tĭv, ăn′tī-)
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antiderivative

(ˌæntɪdɪˈrɪvətɪv)
n
an indefinite integral
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indef′inite in′tegral


n.
a representation of any function whose derivative is a given function.
[1875–80]
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Translations
antiderivacija
primitív függvény
不定積分
antiderivataprimitiv funktion
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From this primitive function has arisen, unquestionably, all the forms and ceremonials of modern church and state, for through all the countless ages, back beyond the uttermost ramparts of a dawning humanity our fierce, hairy forebears danced out the rites of the Dum-Dum to the sound of their earthen drums, beneath the bright light of a tropical moon in the depth of a mighty jungle which stands unchanged today as it stood on that long forgotten night in the dim, unthinkable vistas of the long dead past when our first shaggy ancestor swung from a swaying bough and dropped lightly upon the soft turf of the first meeting place.
If the function being modeled is a primitive function, the user can choose from an existing set of primitive functions that are provided by the system.
So, if we want to calculate the area of f we make use of the primitive function f(or the antiderivative of f).
We therefore consider be bound to a morpheme that is used to mark a high degree of confidence in the truth of the statement and we will consider the function "strong epistemic modality", abbreviated "strong" to be a primitive function. The modal be bound to is then mapped as follows:
Abstract For any positive integer n, let [S.sub.p](n) denotes the Smarandache primitive function. The main purpose of this paper is using the elementary methods to study the number of the solutions of an equation involving the cubic sum of natural numbers and Smarandache primitive function, and give its all positive integer solutions.
But if the feet turn out to be an earlier source of silk, it would imply that "the primitive function of silk was adhesion instead of prey capture or web building:' Summers says.
They observe that since banks often lend via commitments, or credit lines, their lending and deposit-taking may be two manifestations of the same primitive function: the provision of liquidity on demand.
Syntel provides a primitive function that first maps sub-assessments into a common continuum called votes and then sums them: OverallAssessment [left arrow] V.sub.0 + V.sub.1.(Assessment.sub.1.) + .
All these two conclusions above also hold for primitive function [S.sub.p](n) of power p.
All these conclusions also hold for primitive function [S.sub.p](n) of power p.
The crowd booed, a crowd accustomed to the primitive functions of the English game, to too much bad football and to the Sam Allardyce Plan, a crowd which must also be educated in the subtler variations of Moyes' game management.
"Subcortical vascular dementia is an especially difficult form of the disease because it is affects the brain stem, which controls many of the primitive functions of our bodies."