# functional

#### Communicative vs Functional - What's the difference?

communicative | functional |## As adjectives the difference between **communicative** and **functional**

is that **communicative**is someone or something which tends to eagerly and effectively communicate while

**functional**is in good working order.

## As a noun **functional** is

(mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

#### Functional vs X - What's the difference?

functional | x |## As an adjective **functional**

is in good working order. ## As a noun **functional**

is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

## As a letter **x** is

the twenty-fourth letter of the. ## As a symbol **x** is

voiceless velar fricative.
#### Reasonable vs Functional - What's the difference?

reasonable | functional |## As adjectives the difference between **reasonable** and **functional**

is that **reasonable**is having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational while

**functional**is in good working order.

## As a noun **functional** is

(mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

#### Formula vs Functional - What's the difference?

formula | functional |## As nouns the difference between **formula** and **functional**

is that **formula**is formula while

**functional**is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function

*y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

## As an adjective **functional** is

in good working order.
#### Functional vs Conceptual - What's the difference?

functional | conceptual |

## As adjectives the difference between **functional** and **conceptual**

is that **functional**is in good working order while

**conceptual**is of, or relating to concepts or mental conception; existing in the imagination.

## As a noun **functional**

is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

#### Functional vs Functionalization - What's the difference?

functional | functionalization |## As nouns the difference between **functional** and **functionalization**

is that **functional**is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function

*y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval while

**functionalization**is the act of functionalizing.

## As an adjective **functional**

is in good working order. #### Functional vs Available - What's the difference?

functional | available |## As adjectives the difference between **functional** and **available**

is that **functional**is in good working order while

**available**is such as one may avail one’s self of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.

## As a noun **functional**

is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

#### Functional vs Active - What's the difference?

functional | active |## As an adjective **functional**

is in good working order. ## As a noun **functional**

is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

## As a verb **active** is

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#### Systematic vs Functional - What's the difference?

systematic | functional |## As adjectives the difference between **systematic** and **functional**

is that **systematic**is carried out using a planned, ordered procedure while

**functional**is in good working order.

## As a noun **functional** is

(mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.

#### Functional vs Functionalize - What's the difference?

functional | functionalize |## As an adjective **functional**

is in good working order. ## As a noun **functional**

is (mathematics) a function that takes a function as its argument; more precisely: a function *y''=''f''(''x'') whose argument ''x*varies in a space of (real valued, complex valued) functions and whose value belongs to a monodimensional space an example: the definite integration of integrable real functions in a real interval.