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What is the difference between Intelligence and Knowledge?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Aug 27, 2019

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B. Mclean

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B. McleanSales Manager, MBA, Ewa
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Answered on Aug 27, 2019

The terms intelligence and knowledge are two different terms that look similar, as they both relate with the senses or brain, but digging deeper, there are actually slight differences between these two entities. The definitions of intelligence relate to mental and intellectual capacity. It can be defined as the ability to acquire knowledge and skills and making use of them appropriately on different needed grounds. Intelligence is simply the ability of the mind to understand something, like principles, facts, truths, meanings, and any other acquired knowledge, and putting it or them into practice as appropriate.

The terms intelligence and knowledge are two different terms that look similar, as they both relate
On the other hand, knowledge has to do with the acquisition or reception, and acceptance of an awareness of a particular fact or information. This can be achieved through the human senses, whereby the senses gain information, and the brain accepts it. Intelligent is an inborn unequal ability among men, while knowledge is not inborn, and can be equal among men as long as the involved individuals receive and accept the information.

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B. McleanSales Manager, MBA, Ewa
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Answered on Jun 13, 2019

The following are the differences between a Blood clot and Miscarriage: a. Blood clots are the thick and sticky lumps of dried blood while Miscarriage is a disturbed pregnancy that ends before the fetus can survive outside the uterus (that is, before the 20th gestational week). b. Almost every woman has experienced blood clots during her menstruation, but Miscarriage occurs in 10 - 20 % of the women who know they are pregnant. c.

The following are the differences between a Blood clot and Miscarriage: a. Blood clots are the
The major causes of the appearance of blood clots during menstruation includes: sedentary lifestyle, cervix disorders, disturbance of the hormonal balance, presence of polyps in the uterus, uterine fibroids, low hemoglobin, and vitamin surplus in the body while the common reasons for a miscarriage are genetic and chromosomal embryonic abnormalities, intake of toxic substances, alcohol consumption, smoking, diseases of the mother and structural features of the uterus or cervix. d. Blood clots appear under ultrasound scan as black areas of uniform red blood clumps while Miscarriage appears under ultrasound scan as white areas of the discharged grayish tissue parts with blood clots.

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