polyline is a 3d line where line is a 2d figure
if a diagram has been drawn with polyline and line, if we click on the diagram made with polyline whole diagram will be selected where line didn't make it
A line?? It's impossible to have a polygon with only one side, hence the "poly" meaning many.
It has multiple sides. Poly means more than one.
poly means 'many' and gon means 'sides'
many. poly means many. the word is polygonal
Poly means more than one, or many. So Poly energetic would mean many different energies.
line has two nodes start node & end node, it is always straight. Polyline has number of nodes.
how to differenciate poly cotton and poly viscose
Poly-amines are more durable, poly-amides are more resistant to moisture.
No they both are not poly atomic for there is a difference between diatomic and poly atomic di means two and poly means more than two.
A CI poly asks questions centered around espionage, sabotage, disclosure of classified material, etc. A lifestyle Poly focuses on items related to your personal life. A FullScope Poly is a combination of the above.
poly sacchardies have more calories than fatty acids poly sacchardies have more calories than fatty acids
The difference between the two is PTFE stands for Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene, which is DuPont's Teflon. TFE is Tetra Fluoro Ethylene, which is an odorless, tasteless gas and is deadly.
*isomorphic have different chemical and physical properties and poly morphous have same chemical and physical properties
A line is a straight distance between two points. Poly comes from the Greek word meaning many. Hence polyline means many lines. In AutoCAD : ( Its a little different a polylines can be a single line ) A line is not editable until its been converted into a polyline. Lines joined together will not form a closed loop untill they are joined. Lines will not join unless they are converted to polylines. A polyline can be a straight or an arced distance between two or more points. Polylines are editable they can be joined together to create closed loops. Polylines can be converted into splines and back again. The difference between using a line and a polyline in AutoCAD is that it is likely that at some point you will be converting that line into a polyline although it depends completely on what your doing.
mono has one synapse (b/w sensory and motor neuron) poly has more than 1 synapse (includes interneurons)
Poly(methyl methacrylate) or PMMA is commonly reffered to as acrylic or acrylic glass. So generally, they're the same thing.
Yellow poly. pipe -- or black wraped steel pipe -- i would use yellow poly. pipe