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Unknown vs Zero - What's the difference?

unknown | zero |


As nouns the difference between unknown and zero

is that unknown is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found while zero is zero.

As an adjective unknown

is not known; unidentified; not well known.

As a numeral zero is

zero.

Unknown vs Possible - What's the difference?

unknown | possible |


As adjectives the difference between unknown and possible

is that unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known while possible is (usually|not comparable) able but not certain to happen; neither inevitable nor impossible.

As nouns the difference between unknown and possible

is that unknown is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found while possible is a possible one.

Unknown vs Knowing - What's the difference?

unknown | knowing |


As adjectives the difference between unknown and knowing

is that unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known while knowing is possessing knowledge or understanding; intelligent.

As nouns the difference between unknown and knowing

is that unknown is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found while knowing is the act or condition of having knowledge.

As a verb knowing is

.

Unknown vs Ignored - What's the difference?

unknown | ignored |


As an adjective unknown

is not known; unidentified; not well known.

As a noun unknown

is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

As a verb ignored is

(ignore).

Eminent vs Unknown - What's the difference?

eminent | unknown |


As adjectives the difference between eminent and unknown

is that eminent is eminent; distinguished; noteworthy while unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known.

As a noun unknown is

(algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

Rare vs Unknown - What's the difference?

rare | unknown |


As adjectives the difference between rare and unknown

is that rare is (cooking|particularly meats) cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense) or rare can be very uncommon; scarce or rare can be (obsolete) early while unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known.

As a verb rare

is (us|intransitive) to rear, rise up, start backwards.

As a noun unknown is

(algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

Itis vs Unknown - What's the difference?

itis | unknown |


As nouns the difference between itis and unknown

is that itis is (informal) a medical condition accompanied by inflammation while unknown is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

As an adjective unknown is

not known; unidentified; not well known.

Unknown vs Unknowable - What's the difference?

unknown | unknowable |


As adjectives the difference between unknown and unknowable

is that unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known while unknowable is not knowable.

As nouns the difference between unknown and unknowable

is that unknown is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found while unknowable is something that cannot be known.

Unknown vs Indefinite - What's the difference?

unknown | indefinite |


As adjectives the difference between unknown and indefinite

is that unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known while indefinite is without limit; forever, or until further notice; not definite.

As a noun unknown

is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

Unknown vs Famous - What's the difference?

unknown | famous |


As adjectives the difference between unknown and famous

is that unknown is not known; unidentified; not well known while famous is well known.

As a noun unknown

is (algebra) a variable (usually x'', ''y'' or ''z ) whose value is to be found.

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