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In their little league baseball season, Dominick had hits in his times at bat. Michael had hits in his times at bat. How many more hits per at bats did Dominick have

Pre-Algebra
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What?! This is so confusing, wth?!
It seems like some of the numbers in the question might have been left out. Should the question be "In their little league baseball season, Dominick had "A" hits in his "B" times at bat. Michael had "C" hits in his "D" times at bat. How many more hits per "time at bat" did Dominick have?" If so, then to answer it, you would have to find, using division, the number of hits PER TIME AT BAT that Dominick has, and that Michael has, and subtract them appropriately. Does that help at all?

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