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Bimodal vs Binary - What's the difference?

bimodal | binary |


As adjectives the difference between bimodal and binary

is that bimodal is having two modes or forms while binary is being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions such as on or off, true or false, molten or frozen, presence or absence of a signal.

As a noun binary is

(mathematics|computing|uncountable) the bijective base-2 numeral system, which uses only the digits.

Bimodal vs Dual - What's the difference?

bimodal | dual |


As an adjective bimodal

is having two modes or forms.

As a noun dual is

dual.

Bimodal - What does it mean?

bimodal | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As an adjective bimodal

is having two modes or forms.

Bimodal vs Binodal - What's the difference?

bimodal | binodal |


As adjectives the difference between bimodal and binodal

is that bimodal is having two modes or forms while binodal is having two nodes.

Bimodal vs Bimodally - What's the difference?

bimodal | bimodally |


As an adjective bimodal

is having two modes or forms.

As an adverb bimodally is

in a bimodal way.

Bimodal vs Bimodality - What's the difference?

bimodal | bimodality |


As an adjective bimodal

is having two modes or forms.

As a noun bimodality is

(statistics) a bimodal condition.