Essay:Quantifying Perfection

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Perfection can be quantified just as height, weight, speech, intelligence, and other attributes are quantified, though perhaps not as easily. In the Epistle to the Hebrews, the author (possibly Jesus) emphasized the significance of perfection. In logical thought it as substantial importance also. But how should one quantify it?

Quantifying Perfection in Golf

What would be a "perfect" round of golf? Currently golf games are quantified with a higher number representing poorer performance. How could it be quantified such that a "100" represents a perfect round of 18 holes?

One approach is to say that a perfect round of golf would be a hole-in-one on every hole. But that is an impossible round of golf, and something unattainable would be a poor definition of perfection.

Quantifying Perfection in Football

What would be a perfect game played by a team in football?

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