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Precise?
Accurate?
Precise?
Precise?
The man said the dinosaur
must be eighty million and
twelve years old, as it was
eighty million years old
when he first saw it twelve
years ago.
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Accurate?
Precise?
Accurate?
Precise?
The man said that the rain
would stop sometime.
Accurate?
A scientist measured out
12.472g of material, but
forgot to take account of
the mass of the container
that held it.
The police thought the
bank robber was hiding
somewhere in South
America. He was actually
in France.
Accurate?
The scientists said that
the Large Hadron Collider
would help them to find
the Higgs Boson sometime
soon.
A driver lost his keys. He
thought he left them
somewhere at home. He
found them in the kitchen.
Accurate?
The journalist estimated
the car had gone about
four kilometres in just
under seven minutes, so
the speed must be
34.28571428 km per hour.
Accurate?
Precise?
A pupil measured a
distance to be 1.46 metres,
but wrote down “7.46
metres”.
Accurate?
A pupil thought the human
body was made up of a few
hundred cells. There real
number is around
100,000,000,000.
Accurate?
Accurate?
The Channel Tunnel was
made using tunnelling
machines, working from
either end. When they
met they were just 10cm
out with each other.
A charity collector
reported that she had
been given five £1 coins,
four 50p coins, six 20p
coins and half a button.
Accurate?
Accurate?
Precise?
An Astrologer predicted
that the world would end
on 4th February 1962.
Precise?
Precise?
Inaccurate
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Imprecise
The man said the dinosaur
must be eighty million and
twelve years old, as it was
eighty million years old
when he first saw it twelve
years ago.
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Precise?
Accurate
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Imprecise
The police thought the
bank robber was hiding
somewhere in South
America. He was actually
in France.
Inaccurate
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Precise
Accurate?
Precise?
The man said that the rain
would stop sometime.
Accurate
Click to reveal
Imprecise
Accurate?
Inaccurate
Click to reveal
Precise
Accurate?
Inaccurate
Click to reveal
Precise
The journalist estimated
the car had gone about
four kilometres in just
under seven minutes, so
the speed must be
34.28571428 km per hour.
A driver lost his keys. He
thought he left them
somewhere at home. He
found them in the kitchen.
Accurate?
A scientist measured out
12.472g of material, but
forgot to take account of
the mass of the container
that held it.
Inaccurate
Click to reveal
Precise
Accurate?
Inaccurate
Click
to reveal
Imprecise
Accurate?
Accurate?
Accurate
Click to reveal
Imprecise
A pupil thought the human
body was made up of a few
hundred cells. There real
number is around
100,000,000,000.
A pupil measured a
distance to be 1.46 metres,
but wrote down “7.46
metres”.
Accurate?
The scientists said that
the Large Hadron Collider
would help them to find
the Higgs Boson sometime
soon.
Accurate
Click to reveal
Precise
Accurate?
Accurate
Click to reveal
Precise
Accurate?
The Channel Tunnel was
made using tunnelling
machines, working from
either end. When they
met they were just 10cm
out with each other.
A charity collector
reported that she had
been given five £1 coins,
four 50p coins, six 20p
coins and half a button.
Accurate?
Inaccurate
Click to reveal
Precise
Accurate?
Precise?
An Astrologer predicted
that the world would end
on 4th February 1962.
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