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The figure below represents the bulls eye target for an archer. The black dots represent where the archer’s arrows hit:

How can this archer be described?



a. accurate

b. precise

c. accurate and precise

d. neither accurate nor precise

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asked by khin
  1. Please explain to me how I'm supposed to know what the "figure below" looks like.

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  2. THE FOUR CIRCLE, IN THE THIRD CIRCLE, THE DOT ARE IN IN CLOSE TOGETHER.

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  3. that is precise

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