infinitesimally

Infinitesimally vs Tiny - What's the difference?

infinitesimally | tiny |


As an adverb infinitesimally

is in an infinitesimal manner.

As an adjective tiny is

very small.

As a noun tiny is

a small child; an infant.

Infinitesimally vs Micro - What's the difference?

infinitesimally | micro |


As an adverb infinitesimally

is in an infinitesimal manner.

As a proper noun micro is

a town in north carolina.

Infinitely vs Infinitesimally - What's the difference?

infinitely | infinitesimally |


As adverbs the difference between infinitely and infinitesimally

is that infinitely is in an infinite manner; as of anything growing without bounds; endlessly while infinitesimally is in an infinitesimal manner.

Trace vs Infinitesimally - What's the difference?

trace | infinitesimally |


As a noun trace

is an act of tracing.

As a verb trace

is to follow the trail of.

As a adverb infinitesimally is

in an infinitesimal manner.

Infinitesimally vs Infinitesimal - What's the difference?

infinitesimally | infinitesimal |

Infinitesimally is a derived term of infinitesimal.


As a adverb infinitesimally

is in an infinitesimal manner.

As a adjective infinitesimal is

incalculably, exceedingly, or immeasurably minute; vanishingly small.

As a noun infinitesimal is

(mathematics) a non-zero quantity whose magnitude is smaller than any positive number (by definition it is not a real number).