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Limit vs Infimum - What's the difference?

limit | infimum |


As nouns the difference between limit and infimum

is that limit is limit (restriction) while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

Infimum - What does it mean?

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Infimum - What does it mean?

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Infimum vs Infimumisanantonymofsupremumsupremumisanantonymofinfimum - What's the difference?

infimum | infimumisanantonymofsupremumsupremumisanantonymofinfimum |

Infimum vs Minimum - What's the difference?

infimum | minimum |


As nouns the difference between infimum and minimum

is that infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset while minimum is the lowest limit.

As an adjective minimum is

to the lowest degree.

Supremum vs Infimum - What's the difference?

supremum | infimum | Antonyms |

Infimum is an antonym of supremum.

Supremum is an antonym of infimum.


In context|mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between supremum and infimum

is that supremum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the least element of the containing set that is greater or equal to all elements of the subset the supremum may or may not be a member of the subset while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

As nouns the difference between supremum and infimum

is that supremum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the least element of the containing set that is greater or equal to all elements of the subset the supremum may or may not be a member of the subset while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

Equal vs Infimum - What's the difference?

equal | infimum |


In context|mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between equal and infimum

is that equal is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

As nouns the difference between equal and infimum

is that equal is a person or thing of equal status to others while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

As an adjective equal

is (label) the same in all respects.

As a verb equal

is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.

Smaller vs Infimum - What's the difference?

smaller | infimum |


As an adjective smaller

is (small).

As a noun infimum is

(mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

Element vs Infimum - What's the difference?

element | infimum |


As nouns the difference between element and infimum

is that element is one of the simplest or essential parts or principles of which anything consists, or upon which the constitution or fundamental powers of anything are based while infimum is (mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

Greatest vs Infimum - What's the difference?

greatest | infimum |


As an adjective greatest

is (great).

As a noun infimum is

(mathematics) (of a subset ) the greatest element of the containing set that is smaller than or equal to all elements of the subset the infimum may or may not be a member of the subset.

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