Results for: Compared

In Physics

What is comparing in science?

comparing means the word itself "compare"   compare means you put two or more objects and you see   the differences and observe them.
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What is comparative planetology?

  Comparative planetology is the systematic study of the similarities and differences among the planets, with the goal of obtaining deeper insight into how the solar syste (MORE)

What is comparative scale?

comparative scale is a pair of scales having a common R.F. but graduated to read different units. A map drawn with a scale reading miles and furlongs can be measured off direc (MORE)

What is comparator?

n electronics, a comparator is a device that compares two voltages or currents and switches its output to indicate which is larger. They are commonly used in devices such as a (MORE)
In Grammar

Is it compared to or compared with?

Both are correct in different circumstance. We use compared to when the subjects are of different orders, for example Compared to a brick, this car is aerodynamic. We use comp (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

Comparative of able?

The comparative form of able is abler. This means having the  ability and power to do something in a proficient manner.
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In Grammar

What is a comparative noun?

Nouns do not have comparative forms.   Adjectives have comparative forms, for example:    cold (positive)  colder (comparative)  coldest (superlative)   
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In Grammar

What is comparative of rude?

The comparative form of rude is ruder, and the  superlative form is rudest. It is common to form the  comparative and superlative of short words like this by adding -er  an (MORE)

What do sponges compare to?

I suppose sponges can only compare to pieces of cloth of different materials. Differing in strength and absorbency.
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