A baseball player has a batting average of 0.250, which means he gets a hit 25% of the time he is at bat. If he bats 450 times during the season, how many hits should he expect to get

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Answer:

Hits / At Bats = Batting Avg.

The batting average is usually represented not as a percentage (i.e. 28.0%), but instead as a decimal number with three places after the decimal. A batting average of 1.000 means that the player gets a hit every time he comes to bat, and an average of . 000 means the player has no hits.

Answer:Hits / At Bats = Batting Avg.

The batting average is usually represented not as a percentage (i.e. 28.0%), but instead as a decimal number with three places after the decimal. A batting average of 1.000 means that the player gets a hit every time he comes to bat, and an average of . 000 means the player has no hits.