Babe Ruth isn’t human. Indeed he’s not human when we talk about baseball. He’s records are incredible. They cannot be broken by any other human being and for 30 years he has stood number 1 in the hall of fame. Now here are his records. * Batting average: .342 Home runs: 714 Hits: 2‚873 RBI: 2‚213 Pitching W/L record: 94-46 ERA: 2.28 These records are still 1st in the world’s baseball league. Remember that baseball is a game of records and Babe Ruth’s records are still standing 1st which
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Open Documentyour posting‚ for example: “What is the average number of hours people watch TV every week?” Make sure the question you ask will be answered with a number‚ rather than answers with words. • What is the average number of hours per week that the ACRO Athletes spend training at the gym? 2. Write a hypothesis of what you expect your research to reveal. Example: Adults 21 years and over watch an average of 2.5 hours of TV per day. • ACRO Athletes spend on average of 5 hours weekly training at the gym
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Open Documentaccording to a Poisson process with an average inter-arrival time of 12 minutes. The time to complete a return for a customer is exponential distributed with a mean of 10 minutes. Based on this information‚ answer the following questions a. If you went to Judy‚ how much time would you allow for getting your return done? b. On average‚ how much room should be allowed for the waiting area? Lq= c. If Judy stayed in the office 12 hours per day‚ how many hours on average‚ per day‚ would she be busy? 12*5/6=10hr
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Open Documentcomputes and displays the batting average for a baseball player when the user inputs the number of hits and at-bats for that player. Batting average is computed by dividing the number of hits by the number of at-bats. Declare Hits as an Integer Declare AtBats as an Integer Declare BatAvg as a float Declare Average as a float Write “Enter Players number of hit and at-bats:” Input Hits (get number to be calculated) Input AtBats (get number to be calculated) Set Average = (Hits + AtBats) / 2 (calculate)
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Open Documenta great hard-working baseball player. His personal life was hard at times‚ but nonetheless he earned astonishing achievements in the 24 season playing career in the American league. A batting record for runs scored of 2‚245‚ runs batted in of 1‚937‚ a record of 892 stolen bases‚ and his record of a batting average of .366 has still not been beaten. His record of 96 stolen bases in one season in 1915 was not beaten until 1962. No one can deny his skill in the sport‚ he took it further than anyone
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Open Documentimportant except in the impact it has on other lives.” Jackie Robinson went through many struggles from whites‚ since he was the first black baseball player. Robinson was an excellent ball player who exceeded at every level. He had a magnificent Batting Average and spoke against racism. Robinson played while dealing with threats from fans and other teams. Jackie Robinson‚ the first black baseball player‚ set many records and legacies for Americans to think about. Career Jackie Robinson had a fascinating
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Open Documentvalue is represented as an “r-value”. The closer this number is to 1 the better the relationship between the two variables being compared. The three statistics that we compared to the player’s salaries are; Homeruns‚ RBI‚ (runs batted in)‚ and batting Average. The line of best fit for a players home runs to salary using linear regression is .0453029808x+6.586733375. The Pearson Correlation Coefficient‚ (r-value) is .0811721504. Based on how the graph looks and the distance of the r-value to 1‚ it
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Open Documentand from those teams‚ 254 players with their respective “stats‚” investigate the linear relationship‚ if any‚ between baseball players’ performance and pay‚ and determine the statistical significance. Performance variables to be examined are batting average (AVG) and homerun (HR). We will not be analyzing the names of the players or teams since this data type is qualitative‚ cross-sectional‚ and with a nominal measurement and are only used to help analyze all the other variables. The other variables
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Open DocumentAshwin-Jadeja performance in the India vs England series 69 Matches‚ 359 Wickets at an average of 24.5 Yes‚ these are the numbers of the spin duo Ashwin & Jadeja in their total matches. With such admirable numbers and sagacious performance in the last 18 months it is testimonial to say that the 2 finger spinners from India deserved the top 2 spots in the ICC rankings. Ashwin and Jadeja have their own style but they have formed a combination which is as good as any spin bowling combination in
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Open Documentteam (and we assume that a team cannot have two coaches of the same name.) Serial number (for bats) is only unique within a team. In the Affiliation table‚ the years attribute indicates that number of years that a player played on a team; the batting average is for the years that a player played on a team. Analyze each of the following situations and‚ using the physical database design techniques discussed in the class‚ state how you would modify the logical design shown to improve performance
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