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Is public address static or not

Is public address static or not

Is public address static or not

I am trying to determine if my public IP is static or dynamic. I went on to site http://whatismyip.com and the result I got was:
Your Public IPv6 is: 2a01:4b00:8942:3f00:a15f:16ed:b7e:a132
Your IPv4 is:
I then switched off router for five minutes and restarted it. I then got the following result:
Your Public IPv6 is: 2a01:4b00:8942:3f00:41f6:d56b:72bc:e0ce
Your IPv4 is:
The IPv4 remained the same while IPv6 changed. What does it mean, is the address static or dynamic? All help will be greatly appreciated.

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