lightlike

Lightlike vs Eightlike - What's the difference?

lightlike | eightlike |

As adjectives the difference between lightlike and eightlike

is that lightlike is (mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light while eightlike is (rare) shaped like a figure eight.

Lightlike vs Nightlike - What's the difference?

lightlike | nightlike |

As adjectives the difference between lightlike and nightlike

is that lightlike is (mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light while nightlike is resembling night or some aspect of it; dark, tenebrous.

Time vs Lightlike - What's the difference?

time | lightlike |

As a noun time

is .

(mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light.

Magnitude vs Lightlike - What's the difference?

magnitude | lightlike |

In mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between magnitude and lightlike

is that magnitude is (mathematics) of a vector, the norm, most commonly, the two-norm while lightlike is (mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light.

As a noun magnitude

is (uncountable|countable) the absolute or relative size, extent or importance of something.

(mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light.

Component vs Lightlike - What's the difference?

component | lightlike |

As a noun component

is component.

(mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light.

Space vs Lightlike - What's the difference?

space | lightlike |

As a noun space

is (lb) of time .

As a verb space

is (obsolete|intransitive) to roam, walk, wander.

(mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light.

Lightlike vs Timelike - What's the difference?

lightlike | timelike |

As adjectives the difference between lightlike and timelike

is that lightlike is (mathematics) (of a four-vector ) having a space component whose magnitude is equal to its time component multiplied by the speed of light while timelike is (mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Lightlike vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

lightlike | spacelike |