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LiDAR vs RADAR   RADAR and LiDAR are two ranging and positioning systems. RADAR was first invented by the English during the Second World War. They both operate under the same principle though the waves used in the ranging are different. Therefore, the mechanism used for transmission reception and calculation... 
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Kuiper Belt vs Oort Cloud   The outer regions of the solar system are littered with thousands of small icy bodies. They were hidden from the human vision until powerful enough telescopes were developed in the mid and late 20th century. The planet Pluto was the only body belonging to these clouds (specifically... 
Difference Between Triangular Prism and Triangular Pyramid (Tetrahedron)
Triangular Prism vs Triangular Pyramid (Tetrahedron)   In geometry, a polyhedron is a geometric solid in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges. A prism is a polyhedron with an n-sided polygonal base, an identical base on another plane and no other parallelograms joining corresponding sides of... 
Difference Between Moment and Couple
Moment vs Couple   Moment of force and couple are two important concepts found in mechanics. These describe the effect and cause of rotation in force systems, particle systems, and in rigid bodies. Moment of a force governs many of the rotational properties of the systems. From a certain perspective, it is... 
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Model vs Framework   When a research is conducted or being planned the approach is basically defined by two key concepts. Those are the framework and the model. The framework gives the overall structure of the project while the model explores the specific methodology of the research. Framework A conceptual... 
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2 Pole vs 4 Pole Motors   A motor is an electric device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, specifically in the form of torque delivered through a shaft. The motors operate on the principle of electromagnetic induction as described by Michael Faraday. 2-Pole Motor A motor that contain... 
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In-Situ vs Ex-Situ Conservation   Conservation of biodiversity and genetic resources is an important phenomenon. Mainly the conservation of biodiversity and genetic resources has two strategies. If the conservation has been done in the natural populations of plant or animal species, then it is said “In-situ conservation”... 
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Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic Flagella   Certain eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells have long wipe like appendages or projections called flagella. This structure is vital in locomotion of both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Though the function is the same, there are some differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic... 
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Lien vs Mortgage   Companies frequently borrow funds for investment, expansion, business development and operational requirements. In order for banks and financial institutions to grant funds to borrowers, there needs to be some form of assurance that the borrowed funds will be repaid to the lender. This... 
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Lien vs Levy   Any individual, firm, corporation, or legal entity will have to make a payment to their country’s government known as a tax payment. The funds that are collected through tax is the largest income that the government receives and is used for the running of government, investment, development,... 
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Free Trade vs Free Market   Free markets and free trade are terms that are widely used in the modern concepts of economics. Free trade and free markets are generally perceived as beneficial to economies, to promote efficiency, improve innovation, and encourage healthy competition. There are, however, quite... 
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Futures vs Swaps    Derivatives are financial instruments whose value depends on the value of an underlying asset or the value of an index. Derivatives are used for a number of purposes which include risk management, hedging, speculation, portfolio management, and for arbitrage opportunities. Two such commonly... 
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Chesapeake Bay Retriever vs Labrador Retriever   With an almost similar appearance of the body and temperaments, both Chesapeake Bay retriever and Labrador retriever share some interesting characteristics. However, distinctions between the two breeds could also be understood if adequate association or reading... 
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Lakeland Terrier vs Welsh Terrier   Lakelands and welshies are terrier dogs with very close resemblance that can easily lead anyone except a trained professional to misidentify one as the other. Their overall body shape, small tail, coat texture, and many others are similar except for few characteristics.... 
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Metabolism vs Metabolic Rate   Having something in the possession and its use are completely different. The possession should be efficiently used in order to appreciate its existence. Metabolism should not only be taking place in an organism but also be functioning in the proper frequency, so that the organism... 
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PS3 vs PS4 | Sony PlayStation 3 vs PlayStation 4     Sony PlayStation, which is better known as Sony PS is one of the all-time favorite gaming consoles offered by Sony Inc. In fact, PS and Microsoft Xbox is the revered gaming consoles offered for a long time, and because of that it has become a downright niche... 
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