'pct' stands for percentage. A quarterback has a stat called 'completion pct' or completion percentage. A team stat is 'winning pct' or winning percentage which is the percentage of games the team wins. Wherever you see 'pct' in stats, it stands for percentage.
PF and PA are simply abreviations for points forced and points allowed, respectively. They are also known as points for and points against. Both are calculated by simply adding up the sum of all the points scored in either a single game or a season. The PF is the total sum of all points scored by the team being analyzed. The PA is all of the points scored against said team by their opponent(s).
In basketball stats, PF means "Personal Foul". PF also means "Power Forward", a position on a basketball team.If you are looking at NBA standings, PF means "Points For", or how many points a team is averaging, and PA means "Points Against", or how many points they are allowing.
PF means Points For: how many points a team has scored. PA means Points Against: how many points a team has allowed by the other team.
In any NFL team standing, the Net Points (Net Pts) are the Points For (PF) minus the Points Against (PA). PF - PA = Net Pts
PF in an NFL stat sheet means Points For. Youll also see PA which is Points Against!
The Net Points in NFL Standing represents the PF (points for, or points scored by the team) minus PA (points against, or points scored by opponents on the team). AKA it is how many more points a team has scored than they have let up.
It depends on the power factor. If the PF = 1, then you need 75kVA. In general, kVA needed = 75kW/PF.
Well, in every part pf the world, except for the US, soccer is know as football.
PF can stand for Personal Fouls or Points For. If you see it listed next to PA then it means Points For. In that case, Personal Fouls will be listed as F, or Fouls.
it stands for Points For, (the number of points the team has scored)
Rating for DG set and any of electrical machines is calculated in KVA. KVA is calculated as KW/pf. One can calculate the required KVA for DG set with this formulation: (KW/pf)/load rate. For example KW=110, pf=0.8 and one loads the DG at 75%, so KVA= (110/0.8)/0.75=185 KVA.