Unearned, as it was scored on a throwing error.
Earned. Unearned runs only apply to cases where an error allows a runner to score where they otherwise would not have.
It depends on how the runner who scored reached base. If the runner was on by way of an error, the run would be UNearned if he scores on a walk.
It is obviously earned. The only way for a team to get an unearned run is if an error makes scoring the run possible, either by allowing the runner to advance or allowing the inning to extend beyond what would have been three outs. p.s. The fourth batter gets an RBI also.
the run is unearned unless the runner would have later scored anyway
Not necessarily. Simply add up any combination of outs and errors totaling three. Any runs scoring after that point would be unearned runs. Above is true to an extent: The scorer usually determines whether the run would have scored even without the error. (Ex. Runner on second - pickoff attempt by catcher goes into centre field. Runner advances to 3rd and catcher is charged with an error. Next pitch is hit for a double. Scorer notes that runner would have scored from 2nd regardless of the error and the run is earned) In the case of a runner reaching base due to an error, then the run is unearned if he comes in to score as he should not have been on base in the first place. If the second baseman commits an error on the leadoff batter allowing him to reach 1st and the very next batter hits a homerun, it is 1 earned and 1 unearned run, and there are still 0 outs.
earned income: your paycheck, and salary unearned income: interest on ur savings, interest ;)
Depends on what happened in the inning prior to and after the batter is hit. Assuming that no errors or passed balls occur, the run will be scored an earned run. If the inning is extended by an error, or the runner scores because of an error or passed ball, the run would be unearned.
[Debit] Unearned revenue [Credit] Sales revenue
The keyword is "Unearned", because it is unearned it is a liability until after it is earned and is listed as such. Therefore, Unearned Revenue will be listed on financial statements that include "Liabilities".
Unearned revenue converted to earned revenue after it is done and delivered to customer.