The time keeping in the Olympics need extreme accuracy when measuring the difference between the first place winner and the other athletes. Precision and accuracy are very important to make sure the times are correct.
Richard competes against an abacus adder in completing math problems quickly and accurately. After he wins, he explains to Arline why using arithmetic gives him an edge as the problems get more complex. He also explains how he computed the cube root of 1,729.03 with greater precision.
Richard and Winnie discuss their individual preferences of tabs and spaces, respectfully, when performing indents. Richard debates that tabs are more precise and create smaller file sizes, while vehemently questioning why anyone would ever prefer to use spaces.
The narrator describes Harold's daily routine during the weekdays. From the beginning of the day to the end of the day, he follows a consistent and precise schedule. This clip is a concrete starting point for discussing how writers reveal character traits through concrete actions and specific detail.