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Inference vs Prediction

Inference vs Prediction
An inference in general can be defined as drawing conclusions based on observations using the five senses. On the other hand, a prediction is a guess that can be made without any evidence. It can be guess that...

Program vs Programme

Program vs Programme
The simplest answer is that they are both the same; there is no real difference between the two. The reason for two different spellings is that American English uses ‘program’, whereas UK English generally...

Holiday vs Vacation

Holiday vs Vacation
Holiday refers to a special day that is to be celebrated, which is why most people have the day off from work, school, or any thing else. Vacation, on the other hand, refers to a time when normal activities,...

Mrs vs Ms vs Miss

Mrs vs Ms vs Miss
Mrs is used only for married women. Miss is traditionally used only for an unmarried woman. Ms can be used for a woman, regardless of her marital status. It is the default form of address for women.

UK English vs US English

UK English vs US English
UK English is the form of British English used within the United Kingdoms; while US English is the form of American English used within the United States. These forms differ in their grammar, pronunciation...

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