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ECG vs. EEG vs. EKG

ECG, EEG and EKG are acronyms often associated with diagnostics in a medical setting, particularly when there is a need to evaluate the function of the two vital organs that sustain and stabilize a living human being the heart and the brain. ECG stands for Electrocardiography (cardio- means heart) and EEG is an acronym to mean Electroencephalography (encephalo- means... read more »
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Netflix vs. Blockbuster vs. Amazon on Demand : Movie...

Gone are those days when you would have had to go over to a video rental store and search through the monotonously lined shelves of video CDs spending what would have felt like an entire day to find your favorite movies. The Internet era has eliminated this odious necessity since now you may rent DVDs on a monthly basis directly through your mail for a fixed flat monthly... read more »
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Permutation vs. Combination

“Permutation” and “combination” are two terms commonly used in everyday conversation, but they have special significance when used in mathematics. Two different concepts that are somehow related to each other, these two are the subjects of this comparison article. Definition While the word permutation as used in mathematics may refer to several different concepts,... read more »
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Nervous System vs. Endocrine System

The human body is an endless network of muscles, bones, organs and is overall constantly striving to make sure that the body performs at the optimal functioning capacity. Amongst the most important systems in the body are the nervous system and the endocrine system, both of which serve essential functions related to each other. Definition  The communication system of... read more »
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Generation X vs. Generation Y

Generation X and generation Y are two categories of people that are defined according to the idea that different generations can be separated from one another according to when they were born and to the cultural influences that have shaped them. This idea posits that certain defining moments can define the people who are born at the same time or just after their... read more »
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