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Q: What is the difference between Math and Literature?

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Studying math and studying literature are two different things, and differ greatly. Specifically, math deals with problems that have a definitive answer, while literature is about interpretation and objective insight.

It means subtraction. Example: What is the difference of 9 and 5? 9-5=4 The difference (or answer) is 4!

That's the name given to the result of a subtraction.

The difference between a variable resistor and a rheostat is the same as the difference between six and half a dozen.

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One difference that I can see in both of these:-' The Hindi of literature is ' साहित्य' ,, ,, ,, Poetry is 'कविता'

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