There is no quote stating "precision processor in intelligence" although one may use it in a statement or speech. If you break it down you can understand what it is. It's basically used most often in the military (that's where it came from.) Precision means "the ability of a measurement to be consistently reproduced ... precision bombing." It is also used in science. This means "no room for error." Processor is the person that is the intellect and offering the plan of precision. "Intelligence" is the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge and the faculty of thought and reason. Thus, you get "This person of intelect has come up with a no fail plan or solution to a problem." Simply put.
what do you mean by word processor
what does precision mean
Accuracy and precision mean the exactly the same thing in this context.
Precision refers to how close the values in a set of data are with respect to each other. An indication of precision is given by the mean deviation from the mean of a set of readings (Standard deviation also will do): Mean deviation from mean = Summation (Modulus(X - mean)) / n where X denotes the individual readings and n is the number of readings taken. A small mean deviation from mean indicates high precision.
It depends on what you mean by intelligence but generally, you can get more stupid.
means you have common sense as well intelligence
Intelligence means to be smart and to make a good choice. It doesn't mean horrible.
Accuracy is how close you are to your expected value and precision is how close together your experimental values are.
It means the test replaced standard deviations with fancy titles. Those tests are utter nonsense and do not correlate with scores you would receive on a real normed IQ test.