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Difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms" at Google Keyword planner

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Hi,
I can see a difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms" at Google Keyword planner on many keywords. Here is an example below:

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Am wondering why am getting these different stats for same keyword.
What actually is the difference between above two terms?
please guide.
 

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Difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms" at Google Keyword planner

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Search volume trends is the title / category of  the metric(s) shown below;

I agree  that this could be a bit confusing;

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/3022575

 

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Difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms" at Google Keyword planner

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Thanks MosheTLV for sharing this link, but I've already seen this before posting Question over here. I didn't get the difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms"  in that article.
I'll be thankful if you can share some other link which actually provide the required answer.
Thanks

 

Difference between "search volume trends" and "search terms" at Google Keyword planner

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Search volume trend is the headline / title to a list of metrics.  It's for the convenience of page navigation. The metric to look is "search terms"

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