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The table below shows a baseball player’s batting average batting left and right versus left- and right-handed pitches Assume these numbers are the probabilities that he will get a hit during an “at bat.” On average, when he bats left 100 times, how many more hits will he get when he faces left-handed pitchers as opposed to right-handed pitchers? Left-handed pitchers Right-handed pitchers Bats left 0.285 0.175 Bats right 0.215 0.250 1 2 11 22

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