games lost number of games played(24+32) is 56 32 56 16 28 8 14 4 7 so ratio is 4:7
It is: 3 to 1
The ratio of losses paid to premiums earned, usually over a period of one year
5 to 3
The ratio is: 1 to 4
2 to 3
2 to 3
It's not good nor bad it just means the weight to length ratio is significantly smaller than most softball bats currently used.
Combined ratio is a simple measure of insurer profitability. Losses + expenses / Earned premium > 100% : insurer is paying out more in losses, expenses, and claims than it is earning in premiums. < 100% indicates greater premiums than losses, expenses, and claims.
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The ratio is 6:14 or 3:7.
Any ratio where the wins are above the losses is good, 70:3 is very good and well above average.
assuming there were no draws then the win to lose ratio is 3:4
according to the sharing ratio's of partners, we can distribute profit and loss account.
A team that plays 25 and wins 11 with no ties must have lost all the rest which would 25- 11. Ratio is another word for fraction, so answer would be 11/ (25-11)
The answer is 6 b/c 5/6 of 36 is 30, and when u subtract 36 from 30 you get 6.
Loss Ratio in insurance is the ratio of total losses paid out in claims plus adjustment expenses divided by the total earned premiums. If an insurance company, for example, pays out $60 in claims for every $100 in collected premiums, then its loss ratio is 60%.
Hockey ratio is used by how many goals you have scored and how many games you have lost and won.
Wilt Chamberlain played for 4 different teams throughout his career. The total amount of wins for all teams put together is 674 out of 1,045 games that he played in. This means that for the games Wilt played in, his team won just about 2 out of every 3.