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James Stewart + 2 others
ISBN: 9781305071742

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James Stewart + 2 others
ISBN: 9781305071742
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Batting Averages Player A has a higher batting average than player B for the first half of the baseball season. Player A also has a higher batting average than player B for the second half of the season. Is it necessarily true that player A has a higher batting average than player B for the entire season?

To determine

To check:

The batting average of player A is higher than player B for the entire baseball season, if player A is superior in batting average for the first and second half season.

Explanation

No, it is not necessary that player A has a higher batting average than player B for the entire season.

Because, it is possible for at least any one season that the batting average of player B should higher than player A...

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