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Q: What efforts do doctors and engineers have to take in order to be both accurate and precise?

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These numbers are precise, as they are all close together. If any one of these are accurate, then this group of numbers can be considered precise and accurate.

No. Accurate relates to how close the actual measurement the instrument measures. Precise relates to how much detail the instrument gives when measuring. They are independent to each other: An measurement can be precise and accurate (eg the value of π is 3.141592654) An measurement can be precise and inaccurate (eg the value of π is 1.733677432) An measurement can be less precise and accurate (eg the value of π is 3.14) An measurement can be less precise and inaccurate (eg the value of π is 1.73).

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Millimetres would allow for more precision than decimetre. If you can measure a smaller quantity, this always allows you to be more precise and accurate.

They provide you with two numbers after the decimal place for your measurement. They are more precise than decigram balances.

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no only if it is precise it is accurate

That is the correct spelling of "precise" (accurate).

Accurate, exact"accurate" and "exact"

These numbers are precise, as they are all close together. If any one of these are accurate, then this group of numbers can be considered precise and accurate.

What determines how precise a measurement is

precise means accurate

The word accurate is a synonym for precise. So the most accurate (or precise) answer would be 57.213 because it is more accurate if the number is not rounded.

Accuracy is how right is the answer and precision is how small is the resolution. One can be accurate but not precise, and precise but not accurate.

Precise.

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some words for precise is 'approximate or 'exact' or 'accurate'

Accurate or precise are one and the same to which the automotive speedometer would never be.

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