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terms | cutset |

As nouns the difference between terms and cutset

is that terms is while cutset is (mathematics) the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

Cupset vs Cutset - What's the difference?

cupset | cutset |

As nouns the difference between cupset and cutset

is that cupset is an upset in a cup competition while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

Cutlet vs Cutset - What's the difference?

cutlet | cutset |

As nouns the difference between cutlet and cutset

is that cutlet is a thin slice of meat, usually fried while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

Cutset vs Cutest - What's the difference?

cutset | cutest |

As a noun cutset

is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

superlative of cute.

Outset vs Cutset - What's the difference?

outset | cutset |

As nouns the difference between outset and cutset

is that outset is the beginning or initial stage of something while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

Partition vs Cutset - What's the difference?

partition | cutset |

As nouns the difference between partition and cutset

is that partition is an action which divides a thing into parts, or separates one thing from another while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

As a verb partition

is to divide something into parts, sections or shares.

Subset vs Cutset - What's the difference?

subset | cutset |

As nouns the difference between subset and cutset

is that subset is with respect to another set, a set such that each of its elements is also an element of the other set while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

Endpoint vs Cutset - What's the difference?

endpoint | cutset |

In mathematics terms the difference between endpoint and cutset

is that endpoint is either of the two nodes of a graph of degree 1 while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

As nouns the difference between endpoint and cutset

is that endpoint is either of the two points at the end of a line segment while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

cut | cutset |

As nouns the difference between cut and cutset

is that cut is an opening resulting from cutting while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

is having been cut.

As a verb cut

is To incise, to cut into the surface of something.

set | cutset |

As nouns the difference between set and cutset

is that set is a punch for setting nails in wood while cutset is the set of edges (of a cut) whose endpoints are in different subsets of the partition.

As a verb set

is to put (something) down, to rest.