# What is the difference between division and modulus in 'C' language?

# What is the difference between c language and embedded c language?

Using normal C you cannot address a bit value. The minimum you can address is 1 byte. using embedded C you can access even abit value C is a widely used general purpo…se high level programming language mainly intended for system programming . Embedded C is an extension to C programming language that provides support for developing efficient programs for embedded devices . It is not a part of the C language

# What is the difference between modulus of compression and bulk modulus and some special for compression?

Modulus of Compression is the ratio of stress to strain in an uniaxial compression action, while as, bulk modulus is the ratio of volumetric stress (hydrostatic pressure) to v…olumetric strain in hydrostatic loading..
These two modulii are inter-related though and are written with the use of Poisson's ratio..
1/m = (3K-E)/6K.
1/m = Poisson ratio.
K = Bulk Modulus.
E = Elastic Modulus.
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# What is the difference between young's modulus and dynamic modulus of elasticity?

Young's Modulus (modulus of elasticity) describes the stress-strain behavior of a material under monotonic loading. The dynamic modulus of elasticity describes the same behavi…or under cyclic or vibratory loading.

# What is the difference between flexural modulus and elastic modulus?

This question is often inquired. Young's modulus is one of modulus of elasticity in tension. Young's modulus is important property to caluculate thermal expansion in horizon…tal direction of PCB. It is difined as the proportional constant of Hooke's law(E=T/e) .
E =T/e .
E is Young's Modulus, .
T is stress , .
e is stress Flexural modulus is defined as three points of flexural test. .
E = L 3 F/4bh 3 Y. E is flexural modulus, .
L is distance of fulcrum to fulcrum, .
b is sample width, .
h is sample thickness, .
F is load at linear part and Y is flexure at F. Flexural strength is defined as three points of flexural test. .
D = 3FL/2bh 3 . D is flexural strength, .
F is maxmum load, .
L is distance of fulcrum to fulcrum, .
b is sample width .
h is sample thickness. .
The unit of Young's modulus, flexural modulus and flexural strength is MPa. .

# What is the difference between the modulus of rigidity and modulus of elasticity?

We knew from Hook's law- "stress is proportional to strain." So, stress = k * strain [here, k is a constant] or, stress/strain= k Now, if the stress and strain occu…rs due to axial force then k is known as modulus of elasticity and it is denoted by E. if the stress and strain occurs due to shear force then k is known as modulus of rigidity and it is denoted by G.

# What is the difference between modulus of elasticity and rigidity?

We knew from Hook's law- "stress is proportional to strain." So, stress = k * strain [here, k is a constant] or, stress/strain= k Now, if the stress and strain occu…rs due to axial force then k is known as modulus of elasticity and it is denoted by E. if the stress and strain occurs due to shear force then k is known as modulus of rigidity and it is denoted by G.

# What is the Difference between C and C languages?

C languages are often based originally on the C language but no longer adhere to it's tenets: often they supersede the original ANSI-92 C language. C++, Objective C, C-, and C…# are often used derivatives of the C language. In almost all cases, plain C language can be used with a C language derivative and you get the same result as if you ran it through a plain old C compiler; but the C languages compilers have extra function and procedures available for the programmer.

# What is Difference between if and switch in c language?

if statement is used when we have to check two condition for example if the condition associated to if is satiafied than the statement associated with that is executed. void m…ain() { int i ; printf ("enter the value of i"); scanf("%d",&i); if (i==1) { printf("the no is one "); } printf("no is not one "); } switch:-switch is a multiconditional control statement .in this we check different conditions in this we uses different cases if case is satisfied the statement associated to that case is executed.

# What is difference between C language and PROLOG?

The heart of Prolog is recursion. Even for using the array , you have to use the recursion. No need to declare the variable, it can directly be used. In using the data structu…res , prolog is flexible.

# Difference between unix and c language?

Unix is an operating system, and C is a programming language. It just so happens that Unix is written in the C language...

# In a programming language what is the difference between division and modulus?

Division provides Quotient whereas Modulus provides Remainder.

# What is difference between Secant Modulus and Young modulus?

Young Modulus is the slope of the stress-strain diagram in the linear elastic region. This is the most common use of modulus. As the material goes non-linear in the stress st…rain curve, thre slope will get increasingly lower. In this case one connects the end points of the stress strain diagram at the point of interest with a straight line. The slope of that straight line is the secant modulus.

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# What is the difference between Young's modulus and Weibul modulus?

Young's modulus is measure of sriffness and is stress divided by strain with units of load per area. Weibull modulus is a dimensionless measure of varaiability in properties l…ike strength , the lower the value the higher the variability, as in brittle materials. For example aluminum and glass have the same Young modulus but the aluminum Weibull modulus is 60 and glass is only 10

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In MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory)

# What are the difference between matlab and c language?

Matlab is a scripting and mathematical language processor for working with mathematical equations. C is a structured programming language for writing programs. Those progra…ms can contain mathematical equations, but they won't be in quite the same format that you're used to from math class. Matlab will solve and equation for you. C will allow you to write a program that solves the equation. C++ is an object-oriented version of C. matlab and simulink let us design,simulate,implement & test a variety of time varying system

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In Mechanical Engineering

# What is the difference between Youngs modulus and the modulus of elasticity?

They are one and the same

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In The Difference Between

# What is the difference between division and modulus operator?

Divison is a divison of two integers and result is stored in some where. where as Modulus is remainder is stored in some where. EX:DIVISION 45/4=11 MODULUS 45%4=1

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In Mechanical Engineering

# What is the difference between deformation modulus and Young's modulus?

youngs modulus is modulus of elasticity which includes only elastic deformation where as deformation modulus or modulus of deformation include both elastic and inelastic defor…mation. In general, deformation modulus having less valve as compare to elastic modulus .