What Is the Difference between Subjective and Objective?

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The difference between subjective and objective is that subjective means to exist in the mind and belonging to the thinking object while objective means to be the object of perception. A statement that is objective means that, it is completely unbiased while a subjective statement has got some coloration from the character of the writer or speaker. One should be very objective when making any rational decision.
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