Neutral

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Neutral or neutrality may refer to:

Mathematics and natural science[edit]

Biology[edit]

Chemistry and physics[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

  • Neutral element or identity element, in mathematics, a special element with respect to a binary operation, such that if the operation is applied to any element in a set, that element is unchanged
  • Neutral vector, a multivariate random variable that exhibits a particular type of statistical independence (Dirichlet distribution)

Philosophy[edit]

Politics[edit]

  • Neutral country, a polity such as a state that favors or supports none of the parties involved in a disagreement, conflict, or war
  • Neutral territory, territory belonging to no particular sovereign state

Political principles[edit]

Other uses in politics[edit]

Technology[edit]

  • Neutral (usually abbreviated "N"), the state where no gears are selected for a motor vehicle's transmission
  • Neutral wire, a conductor that provides a low impedance path to earth

Arts and media[edit]

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