accuracy

All Noun
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  • At best, local accuracy might be established for a particular district.
  • In careful hands it might give results of a high degree of accuracy.
  • The age in which he lived cannot be fixed with accuracy.
  • He developed a very fast playing style, without losing accuracy.
  • They are suitable for scientific or other work which does not require higher accuracy than they can provide.
  • This also increased efficiency and production due to their increase in accuracy.
  • This might also have led to a perceived increase in accuracy, although no one knows for sure.
  • Rifles have a very small impact area but a long range and high accuracy.
  • This program finally combined reliability and accuracy, along with the necessary stand-off range.
  • For up to a few thousand years in the past and the future, most agree to some accuracy.
  • More advanced routers use a four motor system for added speed and accuracy.
  • The total number of people killed in East Pakistan is not known with any degree of accuracy.
  • However, stenographers typically train for three years before reaching professional levels of speed and accuracy.
  • He decided to design a lighter, more mobile field gun, with greater range and accuracy.
  • But no direct measurement of the speed of light was possible with the accuracy required.
  • The common attitude is to put on a good show, but that accuracy need only go as far as others can see.
  • Where greater accuracy is required average and even seasonal standards may be applied to ocean regions.
  • This is an immense weight of fire which can be delivered with very high accuracy.
  • For example, every point in X should approximate x to some degree of accuracy.
  • However, the accuracy of most of these claims has been challenged.
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Meaning of accuracy

  • noun The quality of being near to the true value
    he was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass, the lawyer questioned the truth of my account
  • noun (mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number
    the atomic clock enabled scientists to measure time with much greater accuracy