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which of the following is correct?

A) Be confident to be accurately

B) Be confident to be more accurate

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BUBUBUwhich of the following is correct?A) Be confident to be accuratelyB) Be confident to be more accurate

Neither is correct because their meanings are exceedingly strange. What is it that you are trying to say? Please explain.

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I would like to express in a short quote, which mean if you have enough confidence, you can do something more accurately.

BUBUBUI would like to express in a short quote, which mean if you have enough confidence, you can do something more accurately.

I see. Then something like this:

Have confidence, and you will be more accurate.

Thanks! Mister.

Can I skip " and" ? because I want to make it on poster.

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BUBUBUCan I skip " and" ?

Only if you replace it with an m-dash:

Have confidence—you will be more accurate.