Difficulty may refer to:
- a problem
- the difficulty level in a video game
- Countermajoritarian difficulty
- Hill Difficulty, in Pilgrim's Progress
Other articles related to "difficulty":
... song by Hirofumi Sasaki, it boasts a 67 Basic difficulty, which is the hardest song on Basic behind Rock to infinity, and a 97 difficulty rating on Extreme as of Drummania V5 ... reaches The Least 100 Seconds' and Day Dream's 99 difficulty ratings ...
... platforming elements, and often commented on the game's difficulty ... you." A reviewer from GameTrailers stated that "the difficulty rides the perfect line between driving you utterly bonkers when you fail and making you feel like a platform pro when you ... game's "precise control", "excellent level design", and "smooth difficulty curve" ...
... While the test is challenging, there are distinctions between the SAT Chemistry Test and the AP Chemistry exam, which is a more critical-thinking exam that is used not for college admissions but rather for college placement ... Still, an AP course in Chemistry should be sufficient prep for a good score on the Chemistry SAT ...
... Luxor 3 offers four difficulties for the adventure mode games, and difficulty can also be selected for each free play and puzzle level after selecting which level to play from those menus ... mode once, they may also choose insane as a difficulty level ...
... Courses can have varying degrees of difficulty, both technical and physical ... Technical difficulty is determined primarily by the terrain and the navigational problems of crossing that terrain to locate the feature on which the control is placed ... Physical difficulty is determined by the length of the course, the amount of climb, and the kinds of terrain (rocky, boggy, undergrowth etc.) ...
Famous quotes containing the word difficulty:
“I am continually fascinated at the difficulty intelligent people have in distinguishing what is controversial from what is merely offensive.”
—Nora Ephron (b. 1941)
“When you take a light perspective, its easier to step back and relax when your child doesnt walk until fifteen months, . . . is not interested in playing ball, wants to be a cheerleader, doesnt want to be a cheerleader, has clothes strewn in the bedroom, has difficulty making friends, hates piano lessons, is awkward and shy, reads books while you are driving through the Grand Canyon, gets caught shoplifting, flunks Spanish, has orange and purple hair, or is lesbian or gay.”
—Charlotte Davis Kasl (20th century)
“I always say, my motto is Art for my sake. If I want to write, I writeand if I dont want to, I wont. The difficulty is to find exactly the form ones passionwork is produced by passion with me ... Mwants to take.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)