Dichotomy  

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A dichotomy is a partition of a whole (or a set) into two parts (subsets) that are:

Such a partition is also frequently called a bipartition.

Etymology

The term dichotomy is from the Greek language διχοτομία dichotomía "dividing in two" from δίχα dícha "in two, asunder" and τομή tomḗ "a cutting, incision".

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