## In of a set of points|lang=en terms the difference between nonlinear and nonlinear

is that

**nonlinear** is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line while

**nonlinear** is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line.

## In chemistry|of a molecule|lang=en terms the difference between nonlinear and nonlinear

is that

**nonlinear** is (chemistry|of a molecule) whose atoms do not lie in a straight line while

**nonlinear** is (chemistry|of a molecule) whose atoms do not lie in a straight line.

## In mathematics|of a function|lang=en terms the difference between nonlinear and nonlinear

is that

**nonlinear** is (mathematics|of a function) having a product of independent variables, or a variable with an exponent not equal to one while

**nonlinear** is (mathematics|of a function) having a product of independent variables, or a variable with an exponent not equal to one.

## In of a system|lang=en terms the difference between nonlinear and nonlinear

is that

**nonlinear** is (of a system) whose output is not directly proportional to its input while

**nonlinear** is (of a system) whose output is not directly proportional to its input.

## As adjectives the difference between **nonlinear** and **nonlinear**

is that

**nonlinear** is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line while

**nonlinear** is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line.