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- Equivalence is the condition of being equivalent or essentially equal, while
- Equivalent is being similar or identical in value, meaning or effect; virtually equal.
Aspects of equivalence include:
- In chemistry:
- In computing:
- In ethics:
- In history:
- The Equivalent, a sum paid from England to Scotland at their Union in 1707.
- In logic:
- In mathematics:
- Equivalence relation
- Equivalence of categories
- Equivalent infinitesimal, a type of infinitesimals.
- Improper rotation equivalence
- Matrix equivalence
- Rotational equivalence
- Probabilistic equivalence in experimental designs, using the mechanism of random assignment to groups so that we know exactly the chance that a difference will be found between two groups.
- In patent law:
- In music:
- In relativity:
- In translation:
- In formal language theory:
- In international trade:
- Equivalence (trade), a requirement imposed on WTO Member countries regarding acceptable sanitary protection measures.
- In art
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