spacelike

Spacelike - What does it mean?

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Spaceline vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

spaceline | spacelike |


As a noun spaceline

is a company that carries out space flights.

As an adjective spacelike is

having the properties of space.

Spadelike vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

spadelike | spacelike |


As adjectives the difference between spadelike and spacelike

is that spadelike is resembling a spade or some aspect of one while spacelike is having the properties of space.

Spacelike vs Spacelikeness - What's the difference?

spacelike | spacelikeness |


As an adjective spacelike

is having the properties of space.

As a noun spacelikeness is

the quality of being spacelike.

Spacelike vs Nonspacelike - What's the difference?

spacelike | nonspacelike |


As adjectives the difference between spacelike and nonspacelike

is that spacelike is having the properties of space while nonspacelike is (physics) not spacelike.

Timelike vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

timelike | spacelike |

Spacelike is a see also of timelike.

Timelike is a see also of spacelike.


As adjectives the difference between timelike and spacelike

is that timelike is (mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm while spacelike is having the properties of space.

Lightlike vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

lightlike | spacelike |

Lightlike is a see also of spacelike.


As adjectives the difference between lightlike and spacelike

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 spacelike is having the properties of space.

Time vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

time | spacelike |


As an interjection time

is (tennis).

As a noun time

is (uncountable) the inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past.

As a verb time

is to measure or record the time, duration, or rate of.

As an adjective spacelike is

having the properties of space.

Magnitude vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

magnitude | spacelike |


As a noun magnitude

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

As an adjective spacelike is

having the properties of space.

Component vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

component | spacelike |


As adjectives the difference between component and spacelike

is that component is making up a larger whole; as a component word while spacelike is having the properties of space.

As a noun component

is a smaller, self-contained part of a larger entity often refers to a manufactured object that is part of a larger device.

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