For example, the amount of goals a team scores depends on the amount of games the team get to play. So, the independent variable would be number of games in a season and the dependent variable would be how many goals the team scores in this situation.
You have to add all of the three scores up. You will get a larger number than any of the three scores. You then divide your larger number by 3 and this will give you the average of the three scroes.
Scewed data set
The answer depends on what the experiment is about. For example, if you believe (or want to test) that pupils' scores in English tests depend on their scores in maths tests, then the independent variable is the maths score. But if you believe that the English scores influence their maths scores then the independent variable is the maths score.
Five girls play in each tournament and they count the best 4 scores.
Bowling scores would be a positive correlation because the higher the score, the better the game. Golf scores would be negative correlations because the higher the score, the worse you are playing.
No, not the pros, but when you are out for a round of golf with your buddies, of course so.
Yes. Consistency is the absolute key to lower golf scores.
I do not think that a gps caddie can help improve golf scores. Only practice can help you with your golf performance. A gps can only allow you to see where you should aim your ball.
What were the qualifying scores and tournament scores as well as the names of the players that did quality to participate in the 1992 Colorado Mid Amateur played at the Broadmoor Golf Resort in Colorado Springs?
They dont have team scores but there record was 10-3.
If a player is in the penalty box and some one scores you get to get out of the box. Example: I get a penalty and my team scores I get to get out. Or I'am in the penalty box and then the other team scores I get to get out.
All scores in golf.
netball scores are people who keep track of how many goals each team scores ;)