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Topic: out ofs
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Bienenfeld, Mel

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Registered: 11/8/12
RE: out ofs
Posted: Oct 1, 2013 1:55 PM
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Actually the jargon is "one for four", "two for five" and "three for nine".

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From: owner-mathedcc@mathforum.org [mailto:owner-mathedcc@mathforum.org] On Behalf Of Alain Schremmer
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 1:38 PM
To: mathedcc@mathforum.org
Subject: Re: out ofs


On Oct 1, 2013, at 9:13 AM, Bill Marsh wrote:

> Correction:
> Sports announcers use out ofs: "Joe hit one out of four in game one
> and two out of five in the second. That's three out of nine so far
> in the series."


I don't follow sports but you had me real worried for a minute!
Relieved regards
--schremmer

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