This is based on the official Major League Baseball rules, available at http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/official_info/official_rules/foreword.jsp
1) A batter is awarded first base for receiving 4 balls.
2) A number of infractions by the pitcher can result in a ball being awarded to the batter. If this is ball 4, the batter is awarded first base. Rules 8.01 and 8.02 list illegal actions by the pitcher, including bringing his hand to his mouth and defacing the ball.
3) A ball hit into play allows the runner to advance to first base on a hit.
4) A ball hit into play allows the runner to advance to first base on an error.
5) If the batter or his clothing or equipment is hit by a pitch, and he made an effort to avoid the pitch and did not swing at it, he is awarded first base.
6) Interference by the catcher can result in the batter being awarded first base. For example, squatting too close to the batters box and interfering with the batter's swing is catcher interference.
7) Interference by a spectator can result in the batter being awarded first base if the umpires believe that the batter would have reached first base without the interference.
8) On a dropped third strike, the batter-runner may advance to first base.
9) If a pitched ball lodges in the umpire’s or catcher’s mask or paraphernalia, and remains out of play, on the third strike or fourth ball, then the batter is entitled to first base and all runners advance one base. From rule 5.09.
10) A particular park may have ground rules that grant a batter a single if the ball is hit in a certain place.
11) In some situations a player may reach first base as a substitute for another play who was injured. Rule 5.10.
There are 4 ways to get to first base without hitting the ball:WalkHit by pitchDropped third strikeCatcher's interferenceThere are 3 ways to get to first base with hitting the ball:HitErrorFielder's Choice7 in total.
There are several ways to reach first base, but the 5 ways to be awarded first base, without putting the ball into play: 1. Hit-by-pitch 2. Base on Balls 3. Intentional Walk 4. Dropped 3rd strike 5. Catcher interference (hitting catchers glove while swinging)
The question is ambiguous. Does it mean what is 23 (base 10) when converted to base 5 2310 = 435 or what, in base 10, is 23 in base 5 235 = 1310
There are quite a few ways to calculate base pairs in DNA. The first step is to figure out the base that needs pairing.
Expressed in base 2, 23 is equal to 10111.
log base 2 of [x/(x - 23)]
steal Hit batter double balk walk walk then run to second
There are 2 ways a baseball player can get o first base without hitting the ball. 1. They get four balls (where the ball isn't thrown over home base 4 times.) 2. If the pitcher throws the ball and it hits you.
There are several different ways to get to first base. One is if you hit the ball and make it safely to first without getting tagged or thrown out. Another way is being walked. This means the pitcher throws you 4 balls. In some leagues, if you strike out and the catcher drops the third strike, you can also run to first. This can only happen when there is no one on first base. The catcher can tag you or throw you out.
The ways a batter can reach base: 1. Base hit. 2. Base on balls. 3. Intentional base on balls. 4. Hit by pitch. 5. Error. 6. Fielder's choice. 7. Catcher's interference. I believe that's it.