## What does being integrated mean?

Things or people that are integrated have been brought together, so that they live or work together. They’re no longer apart or segregated. When something is integrated, it’s united — different things are now together, especially things that used to be apart. Schools haven’t always been integrated in this country.

## What is Liate rule?

For those not familiar, LIATE is a guide to help you decide which term to differentiate and which term to integrate. L = Log, I = Inverse Trig, A = Algebraic, T = Trigonometric, E = Exponential. The term closer to E is the term usually integrated and the term closer to L is the term that is usually differentiated.

What is an example of integration?

Integration is defined as mixing things or people together that were formerly separated. An example of integration is when the schools were desegregated and there were no longer separate public schools for African Americans.

### What is an integrated component?

An integrated hardware component may be combined with one or more other components. Many laptops, for instance, include integrated graphics chips that are built into the motherboard. In some cases, the graphics processor is integrated directly into the CPU.

### What is Integrated Approach?

An integrated approach creates learning experiences that call on more than one discipline or subject such as cross-discipline assignments or units, project-based learning experiences, curriculum developed across a number of disciplines, and/or curriculum tied together with overarching themes and questions.

What is Ilate?

ILATE stands for: I: Inverse trigonometric functions : arctan x, arcsec x, arcsin x etc. L: Logarithmic functions : ln x, log5(x), etc. A: Algebraic functions. T: Trigonometric functions, such as sin x, cos x, tan x etc.

## How does substitution work?

𝘶-Substitution essentially reverses the chain rule for derivatives. In other words, it helps us integrate composite functions. When finding antiderivatives, we are basically performing “reverse differentiation.” Some cases are pretty straightforward.

## What integration means?

1 : to form, coordinate, or blend into a functioning or unified whole : unite. 2a : to incorporate into a larger unit. b : to unite with something else. 3a : desegregate integrate school districts. b : to end the segregation of and bring into equal membership in society or an organization.

Why do we use integration?

Integration is basically used to find the areas of the two-dimensional region and for computing volumes of three-dimensional objects. Therefore, finding the integral of a function with respect to the x-axis refers to finding the area of the curve with respect to the x-axis.