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I believe that the root of the problem lies not in the definition of the problem but how that definition is inevitably put into operation. In practice, efficiency does not mean the greatest benefit for the cost; that means the greatest measurable benefit for the measurable cost. In other words, efficiency means demonstrated efficiency, proven efficiency, above all calculated efficiency.
3 out of 5
based on 21 ratings.

I am satisfy with this application

Name | WPM | Accuracy |
---|---|---|

eventlogging | 170.00 | 100% |

noiseking | 127.51 | 99.0% |

pogface | 119.49 | 96.3% |

lindooor | 117.64 | 97.3% |

phoenix_i | 115.21 | 99.0% |

ilovejujubee | 114.92 | 96.0% |

charlesblackmon | 112.65 | 98.0% |

grid | 111.31 | 99.0% |

Name | WPM | Accuracy |
---|---|---|

eventlogging | 170.00 | 100% |

user66657 | 29.69 | 87.5% |

ricky6211 | 44.39 | 91.8% |

user50969 | 59.13 | 89.2% |

user340532 | 64.19 | 89.0% |

lakhi | 35.10 | 90.0% |

mia_laura | 83.10 | 97.5% |

samueljg | 42.60 | 97.3% |