Problem: Precision and accuracy.How would the darts be positioned on the target for the case of "good accuracy, poor precision"?

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Recall that:

• Accuracy refers to how close the measurement is to the ‘true/actual value’.

• Precision refers to how close the measurements are to each other.



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A dartboard with all three darts in the bulls eye illustrates good accuracy and good precision. A dartboard with all three darts together at the edge of the board illustrates poor accuracy and good precision. A dartboard with all three darts spaced widely across the board and none of them in the bulls eye illustrates poor accuracy and poor precision.
Precision and accuracy.

How would the darts be positioned on the target for the case of "good accuracy, poor precision"?

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