'.500' refers to a team's winning percentage. 'Below .500' means the team has a winning percentage less than .500 (has lost more games than they have won) and 'above .500' means the team has a winning percentage above .500 (has won more games than they have lost).
above 500 means that they have won more than half their games
.500 and above.
1,600 feet above sea level(500 meters)
See the great Wikipedia article in the links below. After D for 500, there is only M for 1000. To make higher number you add a line above the Roman numeral to multiply it by 1000. So a D with a line above it would be 500,000 for instance (500 x 1000).
Between .300 and .500 anything above that is unbelievable.
No. Florida's average elevartion is 98 feet above sea level.
Yes, any team who finishes above .500 will likely be in the postseason No, a 500 season is neither winning or losing. it is exactly in the middle. the same exact number of wins as losses
above or below the mean
above - sky as below - ground above - airplane as below - subway