A baseball player's batting average is calculated by dividing the number of times a player got a hit by the total number of times the player was at bat. It is expressed as a decimal rounded to three decimal places. After the first ten games of the season,Sam had 12 hits out of 33 times at bat.

a) What is his batting average after the first ten games?

b) How many hits in a row would he need to get his batting average to above 0.5?

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  1. 12/33 = 0.364

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