Key Difference – Absolute Error vs Relative Error Absolute error and relative error are two ways of indicating errors in experimental measurements though there exists a difference between absolute error and relative error based on their calculation. Most of the measurements in scientific experiments comprise of errors, due to instrumental errors and human errors. In […]

## Difference Between Acre and Hectare

Acre vs Hectare When it comes to measuring lands, many people use many measuring methods all over the world. While some may prefer one unit of area over the other, others may use certain units of measurement for the convenience of keeping track. However, it is quite easy to get confused between units of […]

## Difference Between Chord Secant and Tangent

Chord vs Secant vs Tangent Chord, secant, and tangent are lines intersecting curved lines. These are basic geometric constructs with interesting mathematical properties. What is a Chord? In a plane (2D Geometry), a line segment joining two points on a curve is called a chord. The term is often used to describe a line […]

## Difference Between Roots and Zeroes

## Difference Between Axiom and Postulate

Axiom vs Postulate If you have read a mathematics book beyond high school mathematics, you would have undoubtedly encountered at least one of the terms postulate and axiom. Especially in the beginning of some elaborate mathematical proof or theory we find these terms. If you are familiar with Euclid’s Geometry, you know that the […]

## Difference Between Diamond, Rhombus and Trapezoid

Diamond, Rhombus vs Trapezoid Diamond, Rhombus, and Trapezoid are all quadrilaterals, which are polygons with four sides. While rhombus and trapezium are properly defined in mathematics, diamond (or diamond shape) is a layman’s term for rhombus. Rhombus and Diamond A quadrilateral with all sides equal are in length is known as a rhombus. It […]

## Difference Between Nautical Mile and Statute Mile

Nautical Mile vs Statute Mile Mile (or statute mile) and nautical mile are two measuring units of length, where statute mile is often used in measuring distances, in the land while nautical mile is used in the sea. However, the use of nautical mile has extended into other fields of navigation, such as aviation. […]

## Difference Between Circumcenter, Incenter, Orthocenter and Centroid

Circumcenter, Incenter, Orthocenter vs Centroid Circumcenter: circumcenter is the point of intersection of three perpendicular bisectors of a triangle. Circumcenter is the center of the circumcircle, which is a circle passing through all three vertices of a triangle. To draw the circumcenter create any two perpendicular bisectors to the sides of the triangle. […]

## Difference Between Rounding and Estimating

Rounding vs Estimating Rounding and estimating are two methods used for approximating a number for easier usage, when very large numbers are found. Both rounding and estimating are usually performed mentally, without the aid of writing or using a calculator. The goal of rounding and estimating is to make the numbers simpler to perform […]

## Difference Between Classification and Tabulation

Classification vs Tabulation Both classification and tabulation are methods of summarizing data in statistics, which makes further analysis of data to draw inferences from the data. In this article, we will discuss in detail the two methods of summarizing the data and distinguish between classification and tabulation of data. What is Classification of Data? […]

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