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":
... 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 ...
... praised Super Meat Boy's platforming elements, and often commented on the game's difficulty ... 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 ... the game's "precise control", "excellent level design", and "smooth difficulty curve" ...
... 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 ... once a player has beaten adventure 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 ... Linear features such as fences, walls, and paths generally offer low difficulty natural features such as forest or open moor can offer high difficulty ...
... Sketchbook) Another 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 ... It barely reaches The Least 100 Seconds' and Day Dream's 99 difficulty ratings ...
Famous quotes containing the word difficulty:
“Men were only made into men with great difficulty even in primitive society: the male is not naturally a man any more than the woman. He has to be propped up into that position with some ingenuity, and is always likely to collapse.”
—Wyndham Lewis (18821957)
“Because they did not see merit where they should have seen it, people, to express their regret, will go and leave a lot of money to the very people who will be the first to throw stones at the next person who has anything to say and finds a difficulty in getting a hearing.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“To treat a big subject in the intensely summarized fashion demanded by an evenings traffic of the stage when the evening, freely clipped at each end, is reduced to two hours and a half, is a feat of which the difficulty looms large.”
—Henry James (18431916)