# Dictionary:Improper integrals

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An integral is improper if (**a**) the integrand goes to a finite-limiting value at the integral limits but cannot be evaluated at those limits, or (**b**) its upper or lower limit is ±∞, or (**c**) it has an integrable singularity at either limit or in between.