Absolute strength measures strength regardless of your body size, while relative strength measures strength adjusted for your weight.
absolute-the maximum force an athlete can exert with his or her body or body parts
There is no difference between the two. Relative risk is the same as relative ratio. Commonly abbreviated as RR, relative risk/ratio is measure of absolute risk in one population as a proportion of absolute risk in another. It is a measure of the strength of association.
relative change is a proprotional change where absolute change is a complete change.........
Absolute freedom is freedom with no restraints. RELATIVE FREEDOM IS MENTAL FREEDOM
absolute location is the exact place and relative location is were the place is related to something else.
Relative age is the age of a rock relative to the rock layers around it, absolute age is a rock's exact age.
absolute deviation is a difference between say two numbers. The result has the same units as the two numbers have. Relative deviation is a ratio and so it is a pure number without any units.
Absolute path: Path from root directory (it is the same place, wherever the current path is) Relative path: Relative to the current path.
In exercise physiology, the difference between absolute and relative expressions of anaerobic power is that absolute mean power is calculated using the constant rate of falling bodies while relative mean power is calculated using a person's body weight to be able to compare power produced by that individual to their own body weight.
absolute reference is the adress or pointer that does not changes while relative reference changes when the target item is moved or the relationship to it has changed
In Absolute mode all positions entered are relative to the current Datum or Zero Point. In Incremental mode all positions are relative to the last point programmed.
Okay, darlin absolute time is the time exactly, like the absolute time is 9:33. Relative time is rounded basically, you probly hear people say its relatively 'round 9:30. Hope that helps.
The term "absolute zero" is used for the minimal possible temperature (-273 K). The term "relative zero" is not a term I know, but it could refer to the difference between two velocities, which are equal. In Physics, independent observers do not observe a velocity of the other if they are moving at the same speed (relative zero). <Feb 18, 2014 - Bruno>