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Q: What percentage of professional athletes have children who grow up and become professional athletes themselves?
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What percent of kids want to become a professional athlete?

Children say that famous athletes rank second only to parents (92%) and on par with their teachers (72%) as the people they admire most. Both boys and girls name professional or Olympic athletes as among the people they say they "look up to or want to be like" (73%). Ten to 17-year-olds name famous athletes much more frequently than other celebrity figures, such as TV/move stars (56%) or rock/rap musicians (32%). Sports junkies name famous athletes (91%) as often as their parents (92%) when asked who they "look up to or want to be like."


How do you promote peace through sports?

you can promote peace through sports by showing good sportsmanship and also athletes can guide little children to a better living.


Children are charged less than adults for admission to professional baseball games but are charged the same prices as adults at the concession stands what conditions of price discri?

Children are charged less than adults for admission to professional baseball games but are charged the same prices as adults at the concession stands. This pricing system occurs because


At Franklin Middle School 0.24 of the students are involved in a school sport Of these student 0.4 of them are girls Janet says this means about 0.1 of girls are involved in sports Is she correct?

According to the book, the answer is "yes." The book's answer is that we can determine that 0.1 of girls are involved in sports. That can't possibly be the answer because we don't know how many girls are in the class and without that missing information, the answer has to be "no." We know that 10% of all of the students are girl athletes. However, we don't know what percent of the girls are girl athletes because we don't know the breakdown of the boy to girl ratio in the class and the percentage of girl athletes as a percentage of total girls must include that information in the calculation. Here are three examples to illustrate: Example 1 Let's assume 100 children are in the class Let's also assume 90 boys and 10 girls make up the 100 students. We know .24 of the students are involved in school sport. We also know of those students who are involved in sports, 0.4 are girls. In this example, 24 students would be involved in school sports and .4 of those 24 athletes would be girls. In other words, 9.6 (rounded to 10) of the students are girls and 14 are boys. In this example, all 10 girls in the class are athletes. This is 100%, not 10% as the question asks. Example 2 Let's assume 100 children are in the class Let's also assume 50 boys and 50 girls make up the 100 students. We know .24 of the students are involved in school sport. We also know of those students who are involved in sports, 0.4 are girls. In this example, 24 students would be involved in school sports and .4 of those 24 athletes would be girls. In other words, 9.6 (rounded to 10) of the students are girls and 14 are boys. In this example, 10 out of 50 girls are athletes. This is 20%, not 10% as the question asks. Example 3 Let's assume 100 children are in the class Let's also assume 14 boys and 86 girls make up the 100 students. We know .24 of the students are involved in school sport. We also know of those students who are involved in sports, 0.4 are girls. In this example, 24 students would be involved in school sports and .4 of those 24 athletes would be girls. In other words, 9.6 (rounded to 10) of the students are girls and 14 are boys. In this example, only 10 out of 86 girls are athletes. This is 11.6%, which is close enough to 10% that the answer would be correct if that were the only possible scenario (but it isn't).


Does Reggie Jackson have any children?

.Reggie Jackson was a professional baseball player best known for his great World Series status, for which he earned the nickname "Mr. October." He and his former wife, Jackson has one daughter, Kimberly, born in the late 1980's.

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