Willie Keeler has a lifetime batting average of 0.341. Assume that Willie Keeler came to bat officially six times every game played. What would be Willie Keeler's probability getting at least four hits in a game?
Willie Keeler has a lifetime batting average of 0.341. Assume that Willie Keeler came to bat...
Rogers Hornsby has a lifetime batting average of 0.358. Assume that Rogers Hornsby came to bat officially six times every game played. What would be Rogers Hornsby's probability getting at least five hits in a game?
can someone please help me with these questions at least by 11:00 PM tonight because I tried but was wrong. thank in advance 3. Question Details TEAFMAC2 2.4.026 My Notes Lou Gehrig has a lifetime batting average of 0.34. Assume that Lou Gehrig came to bat officially four times every game played. What would be Lou Gehrig's probability getting at least two hits in a game? (Round your answer to six decimal places.) 0.038594X 1. Question Details TEAFMAC2 3.3.008. My...
DJ LeMahieu of the Colorado Rockies haf the highest batting average in the 2016 Major League Baseball season. His average was 0.431. So assume the probability of getting a hit is 0.431 for each time he batted. In a particular game, assume he batted 5 times. 1.) what is the probability of getting 5 hits in a particular game 2.) what is the probability of not getting any hits in a game 3.)what is the probability of getting at least...
A baseball player has a lifetime batting average of 0.303. If, in a season, this player has 220 "at bats", what is the probability he gets 85 or more hits? Probability of 85 or more hits =
2) A softball hitter has a 0.260 batting average: Each at-bat she has a 260 probability of getting a hit. Today she will get 7 at-bats. WTP she gets: a) exactly 2 hits? Formula: Substitution: Result: Tolone b) at most 3 hits? Calculator command: Result: c) at least 3 hits? Calculator command: Result: d) between 2 and 5 hits inclusive? Calculator command: med do Result:
A baseball player has a batting average (probability of getting on base per time at bat) of 0.215. Based on this: What is the probability that they will get on base more than 6 of the next 15 at bats?
Please use the central limit theorem. 9.14 A baseball player has a batting average of 0.328. Let X be the number of hits the player gets during 20 times at bat. Use the central limit theorem to find the approximate probability P(X<k) for k = 1, 3, 6. Compare with the exact probability for each k. Problem 9.14. The problem assumes that the batter's probability of getting a hit stays constant at p=0.328 while he comes up to bat 20...
A high school baseball player has a 0.285 batting average. In one game, he gets 5 at bats. What is the probability he will get at least 3 hits in the game?
A high school baseball player has a 0.201 batting average. In one game, he gets 9 at bats. What is the probability he will get at least 6 hits in the game?
A high school baseball player has a 0.168 batting average. In one game, he gets 8 at bats. What is the probability he will get at least 2 hits in the game?