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Q: Wilt chamberlain career win loss ratio?

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None. He scored 100 on Mar.2,1962 in Hershey, Pa. Before that his previous high was 78 on Dec. 8,1961, in a triple-overtime loss to the LA Lakers.

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Through game 15 of the 2011 season, Alex Smith has a career record of 31-34.

Cy Young (active from 1890-1911) had a career won loss record of 511-316. Both his win total and loss total are MLB career records.

Through the 2012 season, Ben Roethlisberger's career record is 87-39 during the regular season and 10-4 in the postseason.

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Wilt Chamberlain. Scored 100 but lost to Boston on Dec. 14, 1963.

A win loss ratio is to keep track of records for a season. Ex. 4:3 Ratio. the 4 is the win while the 3 is the loss airgo win loss ratio.

None. He scored 100 on Mar.2,1962 in Hershey, Pa. Before that his previous high was 78 on Dec. 8,1961, in a triple-overtime loss to the LA Lakers.

how do we calculate credit loss ratio in banks financials

% loss = ((selling price - cost)/cost x 100 Ratio of loss to cost? (selling price - cost)/cost

Loss Ratio in insurance is the ratio of total losses paid out in claims plus adjustment expenses divided by the total earned premiums. If an insurance company, for example, pays out $60 in claims for every $100 in collected premiums, then its loss ratio is 60%.

The ratio of losses paid to premiums earned, usually over a period of one year

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I'm not familiar with the term "term claim ratio." Did you mean "claim loss ratio?" If so, a claim loss ratio is the ratio between the amount of claims paid to the amount of policy premium. This can be done on either an individual insured basis, or on an entire "book" of business. Hope this helps.

you add your weighted premiums and divide by your weighted claims. (you do not weight the loss ratios )

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