MATH SOLVE

4 months ago

Q:
# CHART Home Runs In a season, a player from the leagues
baseball majors hit 14 home runs late in the third
month and 20 home runs by the end of the fifth month.

Accepted Solution

A:

Assuming that the baseball season runs from the beginning of April to the end of September, we can make the following calculations:
There are six months in the baseball season: April, May, June, July, August, and September.
The third month of the season is June, which means that the player hit 14 home runs in June.
The fifth month of the season is August, which means that the player hit a total of 20 home runs by the end of August.
To find out how many home runs the player hit in July, we can subtract the total number of home runs hit by the end of June from the total number of home runs hit by the end of August:
20 home runs (end of August) - 14 home runs (end of June) = 6 home runs in July.
Therefore, the player hit 14 home runs in June, 6 home runs in July, and 20 home runs in August for a total of 40 home runs by the end of the season.