[see also: vary
Apart from a few embellishments necessitated by some technical difficulties, the ideas differ very little from those used to prove Lemma 4.
The two functions differ at most on a set of measure zero.
The distributions U and V differ only <merely> by scale factors from the distribution Z.
We shall find it convenient not to distinguish between two such sequences which differ only by a string of zeros at the end.
Thus F and G differ by an arbitrarily small amount.
The two codes differ only in the number of their entries.
Then f(x) and f(y) differ in at least n bits.
We produce an evolution equation which differs from (2.3) only in the replacement of the F2 term by F3.
If A=B, how does the situation differ from the preceding one?
This is the same as asking which row vectors in R have differing entries at positions i and j.