Probability distribution and fyi: The accuracy of a measurement system is the degree of closeness of measurements of a quantity to its actual (true) value. The precision is a measurement system, also called reproducibility or repeatability, is the degree to which repeated measurements under unchanged conditions show the same results.
Therefore, my terms is right and used in the game.
What are you going to do about it?
You can't bring up a good debate without flashing out the ignorant card and you don't know what I am thinking. A debate is an peaceful argument between two parties, I showed my proof and I can keep showing it.
You're just as ignorant by pretending you think you're right as well, so that make you a hypocrite. I have my own views and you have yours, a stat going to prove me wrong?
Accuracy in a game applies to the same science as in real life, you can't change the law of accuracy even if it is 'stats', the accuracy is STILL the same thing as I posted.
You can't change the fact of the accuracy theory, even if it is a game, accuracy is literally: refers to precision and/or exactness of an thing (in this case the gun shooting).
Ali (07-27-2010)
You're saying the L96A1 in game doesn't have low accuracy but low precision, there is no such thing in Combat Arms. You are saying it is accurate and the stats says otherwise, but Nexon says otherwise, its their game and in their own game the accuracy is low. You're merely comparing real life to a simple game, which you don't do because its a GAME, nothing more, nothing less.
Yes there is, you know it as 'spread' which is also known as Uniform distribution. Which is: "a known, finite number of equally spaced outcomes equally likely to happen." this is a class in 'spread' which is the 'sub-branch' of probability distribution. Which is: The probability distribution describes the range of possible values that a random variable can attain and the probability that the value of the random variable is within any (measurable) subset of that range.