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A 6 team sports schedule 2014-08-02
From Daniela:
Hello,

My husband and I are volunteering at our church's Jrs camp and we were given the task of making the schedule for sports. There will be 6 teams and a total of 3 games for two days. We would like for every team to play each other but we cannot figure it out. Pls help!

Thanks.

Answered by Victoria West.
A sports schedule for the ymca 2010-01-08
From Erich:
i have to make a sports schedule for the ymca. i have 7 teams. they need to play each other 2 times. we have 3 time slots per night. i would like them to have an even number of time slots thru the season. one team must have abye each week. can you chow mw the schedul. example time 1 team 1 vs. team 2. time 2 team 3 vs. team 4 time 3 team 5 vs. team 6. team 7 bye week 1.
Answered by Victoria West.
How many combinations can there be for 12 games? 2007-11-01
From Melissa:
I am looking to find out how many different combinations there are in 12 sports games. Let's say I have 12 baseball games, total 24 teams, and there can only be two results, win or lose, no ties. How many combinations can there be for 12 games? Thank-you very much.
Answered by Penny Nom.
A wrestling schedule 2005-03-08
From Ed:
Hello my name is Ed and I am a couch of a wrestling team in New Jersey. I was doing searches for formulas on how to make a matrix for team sports and it seems to be hard to find. I came some how to your site and thought I'll give it a try. Here is what we need or are trying.
Answered by Claude Tardif.
A problem with sets 2004-01-20
From Jason:

Given that the universal set S is the set of all sports fans, and

F={x|x is a football fan}
B={x|x is a basketball fan}
H={x|x is a hockey fan}
a)Describe (F^B)' (f intersect b)' in words
b)Draw a Venn Diagram and shade the region that represents the set of football fans or both basketball and hockey fans.


Answered by Penny Nom.
Winning percentages 2001-02-21
From Mike:
TEAM A WINS 55% OF GAMES PLAYED

TEAM B WINS 40% OF GAMES PLAYED AGAINST THE SAME OPPONENTS

WHAT WINNING PERCENTAGE SHOULD BE EXPECTED WHEN TEAM A PLAYS TEAM B (NEUTRAL SITE)?


Answered by Harley Weston.
.400 in Baseball 1999-12-15
From Nieve Nielson:
I have several questions to ask about the probability of getting a .400 in baseball:
  1. What is the probability of a baseball player hitting a .400 in one game, considering that the hitter is up to bat four times?

  2. What is the probability of a baseball player hitting a .400 in a season, considering that there are 100 games in a season? With the first two questions in mind:

  3. Considering that baseball has been around for about 100 years, about how many people should hit .400 inthat time?

Answered by Chris Fisher.
 
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