Q: What does p mean on the head of a golf club?

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It's a pitching wedge so 46-48 degrees.

thats what she said :P

drawing a club total club =13 P(Club)= 13/52 drawing a 7 total 7 = 4 P(7) = 4/52 P(a club and a 7) = P(Club) + P(7) as events are mutualy exculisve P(a club and a 7) = 13/52+4/52 P(a club and a 7) = 17/52

the P stands for penguin and the numbers are for what number the penguin is.

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There's not a p club in club penguin I'm pretty sure there's not

aces in card=4 P(Aces)=4/52 clubs are= 13 P(Club) = 13/52 P(An Ace or a Club)= P(Ace). P (club)= 4/52*13/52=1/52

It depends on the club. Drivers are the longest clubs - most of them have shafts of around 45". A 3 iron will have a longer shaft than a 4 iron; the clubs get sequentially shorter as the numbers get higher. Putters are the shortest clubs in general, with the exception of belly and long putters. If you are referring to the average length of the golf clubs in a set, take out your 5 iron and measure that.

His name is Herbert P. Bear, and obviously as you know he is a polar bear.

Probability (P) of A or B is: P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B). Apply to the question is: P(Q) + P(Club) - P (Q&Club) = 4/52 + 13/52 - 1/52 = 16/52 = 4/13 or .3077 or 30.77%.

club penguin is rated P