|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|difficulty breathing icd 10||0.21||1||6110||71|
|difficulty walking icd 10||1.62||0.2||1006||53|
|difficulty swallowing icd 10||0.2||0.6||5860||100|
|difficulty swallowing medical term||1.17||0.3||5006||1|
|difficulty breathing medical term||0.47||0.9||9274||33|
|difficulty finding words||0.46||0.7||453||60|
|difficulty minecraft server||2||0.5||1581||53|
difficulty(noun) a condition or state of affairs almost beyond one's ability to deal with and requiring great effort to bear or overcome. "grappling with financial difficulties". difficulty, difficultness(noun) the quality of being difficult.What is another word for difficulty?
Another word for difficulty. noun. Something that obstructs progress and requires great effort to overcome: asperity, hardship, rigor, vicissitude (often used in plural). Idioms: a hard (or tough) nut to crack, a hard (or tough) row to hoe, heavy sledding.What is the level of difficulty?
The level of difficulty of a numerical reasoning test is typically defined using three dimensions – complexity of data, amount of data and time constraints. As the complexity of data increases, the test becomes more difficult. Complexity of data is typically related to the number of transformations or calculations you need to do to find the answer.