I believe so, but i'm not 100% sure. yes because it is still a home run
A total of 21 throughout his Olympic career. A pretty stunning record, I'd say.
No. Statistics are broken out by regular season and postseason. Yardage or interceptions or such that is done in the postseason will count towards that player's career postseason stats.
Count the pennies stored inside it for the total value.
Chuck Liddell has a total of 13 knockout's in his MMA career if you count TKO's and KO's together.
Average = Total/Count so Total = Average*Count.
Throughout his club career at Feyenoord and arsenal he scored 154 goals in total. His international career with the netherlands increases the goal count by 29, so altogether he has scored 183 goals in his entire career.
This is the total count of colonia which can grout without oxigen
Count the number of atoms that are all the way inside the cell. Each of these counts as 1. Count the number of atoms that are on a face, but not a corner or edge of the cell. Each of these count as 1/2. Count the number of atoms that are on an edge, but not a corner of the cell. Each of these count as 1/4. Count the number of atoms that are on a corner of the cell. Each of these count as 1/8. The final formula is: inside + 1/2 face + 1/4 edge +1/8 corner = total atoms per cell.
One part. But if you count the inside parts and the outside parts there are about, 20-30 parts in the shark and outside of the shark total.
This is an instruction to increment the value of a variable by 1 (in this case, either the variable count or the variable total).
== == No, post-season home runs don't count in a player's career totals. No post-season stats count towards career totals. They go in a separate category, usually entitled "Postseason Career."
The spectrophotometer measures total cell count, including both live and dead cells.