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Five Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Brot. Coming from the term of the number of Brots that come in a package.

Six Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Six Pack

Seven Strikes in a row in Bowling is a T-Bone

Eight is a Sir Loin

Nine is a prime rib

Ten Is a Double Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner.

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The term for seven strikes in a row is "seven bagger." If they are in the first seven framers it may be called the "front seven." If it is the last seven strikes (frames 6, 7, 8, 9, and 3 strikes in the 10th) it is called the "back seven" or "seven out the door."

Six-bagger

Depending the country your in...Canada it is considered a six bagger, in the United states its considered a six pack.

6-Bagger

It's called a six-bagger, or alternately a six-pack.

If you start the game with six strikes (frames 1 thru 6) they can also be called the front six; if they are the last six strikes of the game (frames 7 thru 10) they're called the back six, rear six, or six out the door.

It is called a "six bagger".

For 4 or more consecutive strikes in 10-pin bowling the term used is N-bagger, N being the number of strikes (6-bagger for example).

It is called a 6 bagger. Anything after a Turkey is called "putting the Turkey in a bag" 5 bagger, 6 bagger etc.

Seven strikes in bowling is called a seven bagger.

The is no particular name for 7 in a row except for '7 bagger'.

7 strikes, or seven bagger.

The term for seven strikes in a row is "seven bagger." If they are in the first seven framers it may be called the "front seven." If it is the last seven strikes (frames 6, 7, 8, 9, and 3 strikes in the 10th) it is called the "back seven" or "seven out the door."

seven bagger

The term for ten strikes in a row is a "ten bagger." If they are in the first ten framers it may be called the "front ten." If it is the last ten strikes (frames 3 through 10), it is called the "back ten" or "ten out the door."

When you have 10 consecutive strikes in a row, it is called a 10-bagger. Every number after 5 strikes, is just the number plus bagger. (EX. 5-bagger, 6-bagger, etc.)

7 bagger is what some people call it but really there isn't actually a proper name

It is called a "Lobster Tail"

A perfect game or 300.

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An eight-bagger.

It's called a "bagger" like a "4 bagger" or a "5 bagger", According to FB bowling buddies and a website with other bowling lingo.

150 would be the lowest possible score. XX-XX-XXXX--

The one closest to you is the head pin, or 1 pin. The rest of the pins are numbered from left to right on each row: the second row has the 2 and 3, third has 4, 5 and 6, and the fourth row has 7, 8, 9 and 10.

A perfect score/game in Bowling is a 300. It occurs when you get 12 strikes in a row. Yes, there are only 10 Frames, but if you get a strike in the last frame (10th Frame), you get two more shots.

a turkey (xxx) equals 60 points a 4 bagger (xxxx) is worth 80 a 5 bagger (xxxxx) is worth 100 a 6 pack (xxxxxx) is worth 120 7 in a row (xxxxxxx) is worth 140 8 in a row (xxxxxxxx) is worth 160 9 in a row (xxxxxxxxx) is worth 180 10 in a row (xxxxxxxxxx) is worth 200

then 3 in next row 2 in the next and 1 in frontEdit: assuming you are referring to the 10-pin bowling, there are four in the back row, not five, as was previously answered by someone else.Considering the 5 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 11, it is fairly clear that the pins are not set up in that war.

One way to get a score of 289 in bowling is to spare the first frame, get strikes in frames 2 through 9, 2 strikes in the 10th frame and then a 9 count. Another way of getting it is by getting the first nine strikes, first in the tenth then a nine count and the pick up

Three consecutive strikes in bowling scores 30 points in the frame that the first strike occurred. A score for a strike is 10 plus the next two balls thrown. If a strike is followed by a strike and then an 8 on the first ball of the third frame then the first strike is worth just 28 points.

A strike is worth 10 points plus the number of pins you knock down with the next two deliveries. A strike that is followed by 2 more strikes is worth 30 points. A strike that is followed by a spare is worth 20 points. a strike that is followed by another strike and then 8 pins is worth 28 points. A strike that is followed by 4 pins and then 3 pins is worth 17 points.

As is typical of this type of question, I am going to assume that the falling bowling ball is not affected by the friction of the air through which it falls. The formula for velocity is v = gt where g is acceleration due to gravity, 9.8m/sec2 After 8 seconds, the ball is falling at v = 9.8m/sec2 * 8 sec = 78.4 m/sec. If it really has a mass of 10kg, it's not a bowling ball. Bowling balls are limited to about 7.27 kg.

Strikes are 10 pins plus the next two ball counts thrown. Spares are 10 pins plus the next ball count thrown. As an example. The first frame had a strike and the second frame had a 9 and a spare and the third frame had a 8 and a 1. For the first frame, it would be 10+9+1 = 20. For the second frame it would be 10+8.