In calculus, the **integral** of a function is an extension of the concept of a sum. The process of finding integrals is called **integration**.

The process is usually used to find a measure of totality such as area,

volume, mass, displacement, etc., when its distribution or rate of

change with respect to some other quantity (position, time, etc.) is

specified.

# Integrals

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