Q: Is cheating the receiving of a reward for ability or finding an easy way out of an unpleasant situation by dishonest means? ¶
Q: Is cheating much more damaging? ¶
A: Yes, and breaking the risk/reward curve of the game and causing fair players to lose online matches and/or character development.
Q: Is cheating when a player does things to interact with game objects that are unforeseen by the programmers and break the intended function or reward system of the object? ¶
Q: Is cheating now estimated to be so universal that it is now considered impossible to engage in professional competition without cheating and the use of supposedly banned substances? ¶
A: Yes, bodybuilders who refuse to take banned substances now compete in natural bodybuilding leagues.
Q: Is cheating referred to as a cheat in British English? ¶
A: Yes, and a cheater in American English.
Q: Is cheating a widespread problem? ¶
Q: Is cheating a significantly common occurrence in high schools and colleges in the United States? ¶
Q: Is cheating also used to refer to movements in strength training that transfer weight from an isolated or fatigued muscle group to a different or fresh muscle group? ¶