Q: What is the difference in the bat average one have 104 hits and 325 bat timeand the other has 88 hits and 275 bat time will they have the same average?

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To do this you will need to see how many at bats he will have, so 52 x 3 = 156 at bats. Then you need to find out of those at bats how many times he will hit the ball. You would multiply 156 x .254 = He will get ~ 39.624 hits. However, you cannot get .624 of a hit, so he would have gotten 36 hits.

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In order to receive the highest average in something like baseball for example, you have to keep getting hits. The more hits that you get the higher your average will be. However if you strike out, pop out, ground out, or fly out then that will not be a hit and your average will go down. The difference of average is the frequency in which you do or don't do something a certain amount of times.

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8 hits out of 40 would be a batting average of 8/40=.2 or 200.

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you count the number of pitches and the number of hits and divide the number of hits by the number of pitches, chances there will be many less hits than there are pitches and this will give you a decimal. a batting average is meant to be represented like this. ex. .346 (this is a fairly normal average)

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The batter's average would be 280, and after hitting 3 of 4 would increase his average to 284.