What is the difference between SNP and a mutation ?

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Dears,

I really confused between SNP and mutation.
SNP can occur more than 1% in each column.
If the SNP occurs less than 1% then it is considered as a mutation.
if in the same column two nucleotides have been changed in the same position and the percentage of their occurrence together is less than 1% then there are two mutations in the same position.

Is these info correct ?
Please I have searched a lot and didn't find enough answer.
I am a computer science students I am not a biologist.

Thank you


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