difference between chord and cord?

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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 02:00
chord - a group of notes sounded together to form a harmony cord - like a wire (e.g the cord coming out of a phone charger)
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Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 02:01
A Chord is like from instruments like guitars, used to make music, or used to make music gestures for playing music. A cord is like a cable, or a line like ropes most of the time cords have something inside like copper which is then a electrical cord. Good Luck :)
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Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 02:13
A chord can be either 1. two or more musical notes combined simultaneously, or in geometry, 2. its the line segment joining two points in a curve 3. One of four "hash table" protocols in computing (simply put) Whereas a cord is a cable or line used to: 1. Transport electricity from an origin site, like an outlet, to an object requiring it for its operation 2. Raise or lower something, like a window shade 3. Supports a structure, as in physiology, or mechanics
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