What Is the Difference between a 3 Prong Plug and a Four Prong Plug for Stove?

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According to my husband, there is a slight difference between a 3 prong plug an d4 prong plug for a kitchen stove. It is just that in a 3 prong plug, the neutral and ground are joined together. In a 4 prong, they are separated.
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