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Accuracy

 

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Accuracy  is the ability of the character to perform a physical task with precision.

Accuracy Description

1 to 10

This is a low level of accuracy and a character with this level would have difficulties in performing simple physical tasks with any precision.

11 to 20

This is an average level of accuracy, every day tasks are performed with reasonable to good precision.

21 to 30

This is a high level of accuracy. Tasks requiring a high level of precision can be performed.
31 to 40
41 to 50
51 to 60
61 to 70
71 to 80
81 to 90
91 to 100

The degree of difficulty describes the difficulty factor to hit a target. This factor is exponential. So a factor of  2 is twice as difficult as 1 but 3 is 4 times as difficult.

Degree of Difficulty Description Example

1

Very Easy Grabbing the door handle in your own home while sober.

2

Easy

3

Average Hitting a close target with a bow during practice.
4 Hard Hitting a medium target with a bow during practice.
5 Very Hard Hitting a distant target with a bow during practice.
6 Extremely hard
7 Difficult
8 Very Difficult
9 Extremely Difficult
10 Nearly Impossible

 

 

Definition

From Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) :

Accuracy \Ac"cu*ra*cy\ (#; 277), n. [See Accurate.] The state of being accurate; freedom from mistakes, this exemption arising from carefulness; exact conformity to truth, or to a rule or model; precision; exactness; nicety;
correctness; as, the value of testimony depends on its accuracy.

The professed end [of logic] is to teach men to think, to judge, and to reason, with precision and accuracy. --Reid.

The accuracy with which the piston fits the sides. --Lardner.

From WordNet (r) 1.6 :

accuracy

n 1: the quality of being accurate and without error; "the lawyer questioned the accuracy of my account"; "he was beginning to doubt the truth of his compass" [syn: truth] [ant: inaccuracy]

2: (mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number; "the atomic clock enabled scientists to measure time with much greater accuracy"

 

 


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