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# How long does it take to bowl a game of bowling?

Updated: 9/27/2023

Wiki User

12y ago

you need to bowl 3 games to establish an average. Add all 3 games together and divide by 3. After that you take your total pins divided by the amount of games you bowled to get your average.

Wiki User

15y ago

Wiki User

12y ago

First, you add up the scores of all the games, then divide by the number of games.

In your example, you would have G1+G2+G3/3

Wiki User

15y ago

Roughly 10 minutes per person.

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