Updated Batting Averages are computed using the formula : A = ( B + K ) / G
A= batting average
B = times at batting multiplied by player's seasonal average
K = hits in the new game
G = times at bat plus times at bat in a new game
Part 1 : Solve A = (B + K)/ G for K. Please show your work.
Part 2 : Use your new formula & the values given in the table below to find the player's hits in a new game (K). Round your answer to the nearest whole number .

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Batter A B G K
George 0.319 10.7 46
Jose 0.320 11.4 45
Dale 0.298 12.3 52
Michael 0.337 15.2 48

you have to isolate K the same way that A is isolated.
find K =

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