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CRANES
Season 1: Wins 38
Season 2: Wins 42
Season 3: Wins 31
Season 4: Wins 50
Season 5: Wins 31
Season 6: Wins 48

PANTHERS
Season 1: Wins 36
Season 2: Wins 42
Season 3: Wins 40
Season 4: Wins 40
Season 5: Wins 42
Season 6: Wins 40

• Math -

Find the average number of wins for both teams.

• Math -

240 / 6= 40
in both teams. So I don't know how to explain this problem to the teacher because I have to justify my answer. Please help me.
Thanks

• Math -

The two teams' records are tied. Neither had a better record than the other.

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