what is the defination of accuracy & presicion?
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Answer / nirav
Accuracy : Accuracy is degree of agreement between measured
value & true value.
Precision : Precision is degree of agreement between
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Answer / ajay arora
Accuracy means how close your result to standard value &
precesion means how near your individual value i.e.
One sample Which is 99 % assay gives to two analyst A & B
result of analyst A
98.6,99.7,98.7 Mean 99.0 Accurate
result of analyst B
99.0,99.1,99.0 Mean 99.0 Precise
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Answer / m
Accuracy: Accuracy is show u degree of reproducibility by
recovering the added known amount.
Precision: Precision is show u how precisice is ur method
by producing same result.
But remember one thing if u r method is precise is not
necessary it is accurate.
But if u r method is accurate it precise also.
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Answer / gils.p.s., kerala
Accuracy : How close the measured value and the true vale.
Precision : How close the indipendent result obtaine from a
series of measurement
eg: value 9.7(a), 9.5(b),8.5(c) (if true value is 10, 9.7
8.5, 8.52, 8.51,8.53 ( precise but not accurate)
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Answer / sachin
Accuracy means closeness of your results or degree of agreement between got value and true value.
Precision means how much your method precise to give reproducible results.
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Answer / imran khan
Accuracy is nothing but closeness of the test result with std result
Precision is nothing but repeatability
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Answer / yojana
Accuracy means closeness of agreement between the value
Presicion means nathing but relative standard deviation
(RSD) which is not less than 2%
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