On a dartboard the numbers from 1 through 20 are represented. If you add 1 + 2 +3... all the way to 20, you get 210. Hope this answers your question.
Lol - assuming this isn't a trick question, the numbers from 1-20 appear on your standard dart board.
The standard dartboard is divided into 20 numbered sections.
I answered this someplace else, but on a standard dartboard it's all the numbers 1-20 (so 20 total)
The standard dart board does not have alternative odd and even numbers. The dart board is set up to encourage accuracy by penalising poor shooting. An excellent site for the mathematical probabilities is http://www.maa.org/mathland/mathland_5_19.HTML
Go to "Why are the dart numbers arranged the way they are".
Excluding the bulls-eyes, the numbers are one through to twenty (twenty numbers in total).
Around the edge of the dart-board !
20 Numbers on a DartBoard.
The numbers 1-20 are on a dart board so there are twenty numbers.
23 is the lowest number you cannot score with one dart, the rest ( 1 to 22 ) can all be scored with one dart.
there are 20 numbers on a dart board exculding the the bull and 25
For a score to count, the tip of the dart must be touching the dart board.
Its a portable version for dart board catagories, There are some differnt dart board catagories and below i just try to give which one you can choose Sisal Dart board = Professinal Level Electronic Dart board = For multi play option with professinal level Magnetic Dart board = Only for children and just for practice and fun Here you found more resouce about dart board.
The probability, with a standard dart board, is 0.
20...For Wajs Huh...LOL
First you need to buy or build a dart board cabinet. When you hang the dart board cabinet you want to make sure that when you put the dart board inside the bullseye is 5' 8" high.
The number 16 is opposite the number 4 on a standard dartboard.
the best every day dart board is a "sportscraft" one
Dart points are made of steel, they help the dart stick in the board.
14 is the number that is opposite the number 10 on a dart board.