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Comparing means finding the similarities and differences between two objects, while Classifying means grouping of objects according to their common characteristics
incomparable or incommensurable
Scales or balances
comparing means the word itself "compare" compare means you put two or more objects and you see the differences and observe them.
Yes, because it is comparing 2 similar objects
Yes it is a metahpor since it is comparing 2 objects, you and fire.
Physical Features are: not man-made objects eg). Mountains, rivers ETC. Human Features are: Man-made objects eg). Buildings, Cities ETC. Hope this helps :)
The most general term for this is measurement.
Similie- comparing using "like" or "as" Metaphor-comparing without using "like" or "as" Personification-giving inanimate objects human characteristics
a helicopter that lifts heavy objects
Balance scales are used for comparing the mass of any two objects.
the human features of mali is man made objects and rivers mountains
Class is a template that defines a particular type of object. Classes contain all the features of particular set of objects. We can use the class definition to create objects of that of class type, that is, to create objects that incorporate all the features belonging to that class.
The process of comparing and contrasting several objects is indispensable part of our daily routine. This is what a six-months-old baby does when considering a rattle toy to choose, this is what a school leaver does when choosing a college to apply to. But whether we choose a brand of orange juice in a supermarket or a type of holiday we want to take, the procedure is mainly the same:Identify the key features of each object.Consider them carefully.Analyze them comparing the objects.State the differences or the similarities.Make your choice.
This will happen quite naturally if the two objects you are comparing have the same density.
When comparing two items or two objects, then look for the similarities (what is the same) and differences (what is different) between them.
Meaning:A photometer for comparing two light radiations wavelength by wavelengthClassified under:Nouns denoting man-made objectsHypernyms ("spectrophotometer" is a kind of...):photometer (measuring instrument for measuring the luminous intensity of a source by comparing it (visually or photoelectrically) with a standard source)Meaning:A photometer for comparing two light radiations wavelength by wavelengthClassified under:Nouns denoting man-made objectsHypernyms ("spectrophotometer" is a kind of...):photometer (measuring instrument for measuring the luminous intensity of a source by comparing it (visually or photoelectrically) with a standard source)
Venice, Leaning tower of Pisa, The Colosseum...Human features are just man-made objects! Hope this helps :)
No, you can compare densities for objects of different sizes. Just divide mass by volume for each object.
The ozone layer, as well as weather balloons, and some commercial jet airliners.
As per the definition of a class it generally defines the features and functions of an object created from it and hence it is known as the factory of objects. intiated by computerscienceexpertise.com
An atomic force microscope
By comparing it. And I am pretty sure your Mc Graw Hill Textbook 2002 edition has the answer in it. Good job cheat.