Q: A hockey team won 6 games and lost 8 What is the ratio of wins to number of games?

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Hockey ratio is used by how many goals you have scored and how many games you have lost and won.

games lost number of games played(24+32) is 56 32 56 16 28 8 14 4 7 so ratio is 4:7

assuming there were no draws then the win to lose ratio is 3:4

That's a trick question. To be undefeated, you must have no losses, therefore, they haven't lost.

The Chicago Blackhawks are a hockey franchise that was founded in 1926. They have won a total of 2415 games and lost a total of 2502 games, making their overall winning percentage about 49%.

Won: 16 games Lost: 8 games

Designate w as the number of games won. The total of 25 must be the sum of the number of games won, the number lost, and the number tied. From the statement of the problem, the number of games lost must be 9 more than the number of games lost, or w + (w-9) equals number of games played minus number of games tied, or 2w - 9 = 25 - 2; 2w = 23 + 9 = 32; w = 16.

15:10

That's a trick question. To be undefeated, you must have no losses, therefore, they haven't lost.

The Rangers, like every other National Hockey League team, play 82 games during the regular season.

As written, the problem doesn't have an integral solution. If x is the number of games lost and 2x + 16 is the number of games won, then 3x + 16 = 96 and x = 26 and 2/3

The result of each game must be a win, a loss, or a tie. Therefore, from the problem statement, the number of ties was 54 -51 or 3. From the third sentence of the problem statement, the number of losses is 17 plus the number of ties, or 17 + 3 or 20.