No, the thought being that the foul did not allow the player to have a fair attempt at making the shot.
You just answered your own question. If it was thrown out and don't count against you, then obviously it don't count against you.
Only if they make it. If they make it; it counts as a field goal attempt and a field goal make. If it is missed, it does not count as a missed field goal.
Any lymphocyte count above 40 percent is considered abnormally high.
There is no answer to that because they never count the number or percent
more than u can count
does rental income count against ss income limits
Short answer: no If you mean missing as getting it wrong, it does not count against you. If you have absolutely no idea, it pays to just guess. If by chance you get it correct, good. If by chance you get it wrong, it doesn't count against you.
Percent is a unit of measure.