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Part of the Elephant

Incomplete information doesn’t make it wrong.

Incomplete information becomes wrong when there is a conclusion to it.

Yet, to conclude it is merely an error; not wrong; just a mistake in judgement.

For the sake of language understanding and my own entertainment, I have taken the liberty to research the difference between the words Wrong, Error & Mistake. Google led me to the answers derived from language learning base.com of which this credit is due to.

Wrong (adjective) – incorrect, or untrue.

Error (noun) – are made due to lack of knowledge. More technical than mistake (see below).

Mistake (noun) – are accidental. More informal and casual than error.

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