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Suppose a football team's offense which passes 58% of the time (and rushes the rest), averages 6.9 yards per pass and 4.4 yards per rush. In a game with 65 offensive plays, how many yards would you expect them to gain

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  1. 0.58 * 65 * 6.9 = 260 yards with passes

    Do the same for the rushes.

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