then 3 in next row 2 in the next and 1 in front
Edit: assuming you are referring to the 10-pin Bowling, there are four in the back row, not five, as was previously answered by someone else.
Considering the 5 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 11, it is fairly clear that the pins are not set up in that war.
There are four (4) bowling pins in the back row of pins in one bowling lane.
Assuming 10-pin bowling, there are 4 pins in the back row, so 4/10ths (40%) of the pins are in the back row.
In ten pin bowling, there are four pins on the back row.
There are 4 pins in the back row, 7,8,9 and 10.
Four out of ten or 2/5 (two-fifths).
The (7 - 8 - 9 - 10) are in the back row. That's 4 of the 10. The fraction is 4/10 = 0.4
there is four
Four rows makes a triangl, one pin, two pin, three pin, four pin
There are four pins along the back of the ten pin setup. In front of those four is a row of three, followed by two, then one (which is called the "head" pin). 4+3+2+1=10.
Bowling 12 strikes in a row, which would be the equivalent of 120 physical pins, would score to be a 300.
Two strikes in a row. In others words, knocking all 10 pins in a single shot, twice in a row.
3 in a row