# Equivalence

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**Equivalence** or **Equivalent** may refer to:

## Arts and entertainment[edit]

- Album-equivalent unit, a measurement unit in the music industry
- Equivalence class (music)
*Equivalent VIII*, or*The Bricks*, a minimalist sculpture by Carl Andre*Equivalents*, a series of photographs of clouds by Alfred Stieglitz

## Language[edit]

- Dynamic and formal equivalence in translation
- Equivalence (formal languages)

## Logic[edit]

- Logical equivalence, where two statements are logically equivalent if they have the same logical content
- Material equivalence, a relationship where the truth of either one of the connected statements requires the truth of the other

## Science and technology[edit]

### Chemistry[edit]

### Computing[edit]

- Turing equivalence (theory of computation), or Turing completeness
- Semantic equivalence in computer metadata

### Economics[edit]

- Certainty equivalent, a principle related to risk premium
- Economic equivalence, a concept in engineering economics
- Ricardian equivalence, or Ricardo–de Viti–Barro equivalence, a proposition in economics

### Mathematics[edit]

- Equality (mathematics)
- Equivalence relation
- Equivalence of categories, in category theory
- Equivalent infinitesimal
- Matrix equivalence in linear algebra
- Turing equivalence (recursion theory)

### Physics[edit]

- Equivalence principle in the theory of general relativity

## Other uses[edit]

- Equivalence (trade)
- Moral equivalence, a term used in political debate
- The Equivalent, a sum paid from England to Scotland at their Union in 1707
- Doctrine of equivalents in patent law

## See also[edit]

- All pages with titles containing
*equivalent* - All pages with titles containing
*equivalence* - All pages with titles containing
*equivalency* - Quotations related to Equivalence at Wikiquote
- ≡ (disambiguation)
- Equivalency, a National Collegiate Athletic Association concept

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