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Integral may refer to:

Linguistic Note

The word integral has the following meanings in mathematics:

  • From the term integral calculus, where it is defined as the subfield of calculus concerned with the rates at which quantities accumulate
  • The adjectival form of the word integer, which is in generally deprecated on $\mathsf{Pr} \infty \mathsf{fWiki}$ as much as practical in favour of using the word integer itself as an adjective

In all of the above, the word is pronounced in-te-gral.

In natural language, the adjective integral, meaning necessary or inherent, usually encountered in rhetoric.

When used in this context, its pronunciation is in-teg-ral, the stress being on the second syllable.