Difference between Accuracy and Precision?

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Accuracy refers to being closer to the target regardless of the number of times an action is done, while precision refers to the consistency of results but is not near the target. Both are measurements in physics.
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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.
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Accuracy is how close to the truth and precision is how narrow the the range of uncertainty or error. For example in guessing weight, of 150 # person, an accurate ...
Accuracy is how close to the truth and precision is how narrow the the range of uncertainty or error. For example in guessing weight, of 150 # person, an accurate ...
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