Within the Jewish and Christian religions it is taught that the Yahweh and Elohim are two names for the one true God. However, as we have demonstrated, Yahweh is a Elohim (singular), but he is also a part of the Elohim (plural). With this understanding, we can say that Yahweh is Elohim, but Elohim is not Yahweh. A similar analogy would be an ice cube. We can say the ice cube is water, but water is not an ice cube. Just as an ice cube is a part of water, Yahweh is a part of Elohim.