One Way Anova vs Two Way Anova One way Anova and Two way Anova differ in terms of their purpose and concept. The purpose of one way Anova is to verify whether the data collected from different sources converge on a common mean. In other words it can be said that the purpose of one […]

## Difference Between Algebra and Trigonometry

Algebra vs Trigonometry Algebra and trigonometry form part of the Mathematics family. Both of them have different areas of concern when solving problems but are very significant in their own right the same time. Today algebra and trigonometry are taught in schools as basic subject requirement for higher level mathematics later on. Algebra There are […]

## Difference Between Dependent and Independent Variables

Dependent vs Independent Variables The mathematical tools used to keep the control of an experiment in a quantitative way are called dependent and independent variables. By using both variables simultaneously, we can reach up to a conclusion in an accurate manner. Both terms, dependent and independent variables, are related with each other. In fact, dependent […]

## Difference Between Mean and Median

Mean vs Median The mean and median are measures of a collection of data related to any single source information. We use mean and median to check the location of the data because they give an indication of a central value around which a set of values tends to cluster. Mean is the sum of […]

## Difference Between Sin and Cos

Sin vs Cos The branch of mathematics, which deals with sides and angles of triangle and trigonometric functions of these angles is called trigonometry. The basic trigonometric functions of an angle are sine (sin) and cosine (cos) of that angle. Trigonometric sin and cos are ratios of two specific sides in right angle triangle and […]

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