Q: Can batting average be more then 100?

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Batting average = (number of base hits) divided by (number of times at bat) Batting percent = (batting average) times 100.

Lou gehrig 361 This is the answer to another question: Which player, with 100 or more at bats, has the highest World Series batting average?

Lou Gehrig .361Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 World Series at bats.

.300 avg

His batting average would = 80% = .800 Here's the math: 16 / 20 = 80 / 100 = 80%

Not out innings are not counted in a batsman's average. Therefore, his batting average would be infinity.

Batting Average is always shown as a decimal. It is calculated using the following formula: # of hits / official at bats. Ex: 28 hits in 100 at bats = 28 / 100 = .280 average or 28% hit rate.

Ty Cobb has the highest batting average, with a .366 bating average.

100 is the average 130 and more = gifted people

If 24 out of 100 is expressed as a fraction in its simplest form then it cannot have a denominator of 10 or 100, as required.

At least 100 billion or more.

--- Age is factored into IQ tests, so the average is 100 or more. The reason for this is because IQ tests are not that new an idea and the scoring system used today is the same as was used in the past. Children are actually becoming more and more intelligent (so the human race progresses) so the average IQ in a few years might be 101-103. That said, most people will probably get below 100 because there are some super-brains out there... Simple answer: 100.