Divide the total money spent for bowling games by the number of games bowled. I.E. If you spent $9 for bowling games and bowled 9 games, the average cost is $1.00.
The question is invalid as you can't bowl a 118.124142 average for 3 games or 118.124142 for a 3 game series average.
Divide the total of all games bowled by the number of games.
16 points higher.
12 games is considered the minimum number of games for a legal book average in a summer league.
I'm pretty sure all bowling games are bowled at a bowling lane.
If there's six games, add all six and divide that total by six.
This would depend on many factors such as, how long you have been bowling, your age, if you have coaching, and how many games per week you bowl. I am 17 and have an average of 142. I have been bowling for about 5 years *on a league*. My PERSONAL OPINION would be Adult Male average that has been bowling for many years- about 160-210 Female Average that has been bowling for many years- about 150-200 I am a FEMALE and I'm not saying girls cant play sports as well as men can but at my facility, the men have a slightly higher average than the women. HOPE this helped!
According to Wikipedia and my prior knowledge, bowling isn't part of the Commonwealth Games.
There are 10 "frames" in a game of bowling.
Go to work for a bowling alley.