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Students moving into dorms also take a so-called PCR test, which takes longer to process but is more accurate in identifying an active infection.Even the most cautious schools are seeing outbreaks|Sy Mukherjee|September 17, 2020|Fortune
When samples and the methods used are not representative of the real world, it becomes very difficult to reach accurate and actionable conclusions.Why Coming Up With Effective Interventions To Address COVID-19 Is So Hard|Neil Lewis Jr. (email@example.com)|September 14, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
To be clear, this was not a research report and it is not accurate.Nikola shares slump after blanket denial of short-seller report|radmarya|September 11, 2020|Fortune
Roubie, a veteran of the hospitality industry, thinks a more accurate estimate will be upwards of 65 percent.
That means that you need to constantly improve your web site to ensure you have the highest quality, more relevant, more reliable and accurate content and user experience.Google now uses BERT to match stories with fact checks|Barry Schwartz|September 10, 2020|Search Engine Land
I have it on good authority these quotes are 100 percent accurate, if not 100 percent verbatim.
Even if you look at that in the most favorable light possible, it was not accurate.
Of course, a more flexible interpretation is just as accurate.
Music and live shows, she says, allow people to talk about the product as art instead of an accurate representation of reality.
If this were accurate, it would mean that the Wilson stopped Brown over a minor offense, not a felony.
Results are easily and quickly obtained, and are probably accurate enough for all clinical purposes.
For accurate work the best instruments are the von Fleischl-Miescher and the Dare.
The broad-beamed budgerow presented a strangely accurate microcosm of India at that moment.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
For more accurate work the following methods, applicable to either human or cow's milk, are simple and satisfactory.
And if Gwynne had not revisited San Francisco he had a very accurate idea of its present conditions.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
British Dictionary definitions for accurate
- (to n significant digits) representing the first n digits of the given number starting with the first nonzero digit, but approximating to the nearest digit in the final positionsince π = 3.14159…, the approximation 3.1416 is accurate to 5 significant digits.
- (to n decimal places) giving the first n digits after the decimal point without further approximationπ = 3.1415 is in this sense accurate to 4 decimal places