hey gurus! what's the formula for WHIP and ERA?
also-is there a way to clean up BA? it is displaying as 0.02858?
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Grouperman941 wrote:On that ERA formula, watch your order of operations.
It's 9(ER/IP) or (9*ER)/IP ; NOT ER/(IP*9)
Test your formula with ones: 1 ER in 1 IP should = ERA 9.00
reiser wrote:Grouperman941 wrote:On that ERA formula, watch your order of operations.
It's 9(ER/IP) or (9*ER)/IP ; NOT ER/(IP*9)
Test your formula with ones: 1 ER in 1 IP should = ERA 9.00
hmm...it doesn't look like it makes a difference where I multiply.
RugbyD wrote:reiser wrote:Grouperman941 wrote:On that ERA formula, watch your order of operations.
It's 9(ER/IP) or (9*ER)/IP ; NOT ER/(IP*9)
Test your formula with ones: 1 ER in 1 IP should = ERA 9.00
hmm...it doesn't look like it makes a difference where I multiply.
yeah, it won't. order of operations doesn't matter for an equation thats all +- or */
Grouperman941 wrote:RugbyD wrote:reiser wrote:Grouperman941 wrote:On that ERA formula, watch your order of operations.
It's 9(ER/IP) or (9*ER)/IP ; NOT ER/(IP*9)
Test your formula with ones: 1 ER in 1 IP should = ERA 9.00
hmm...it doesn't look like it makes a difference where I multiply.
yeah, it won't. order of operations doesn't matter for an equation thats all +- or */
The original equation was ambiguous. If it says ER/IP*9, that could mean to multiply the denominator by 9 before dividing, which is wrong.
Grouperman941 wrote:When I learned the notation, it was explained to me that you should always use parentheses to clarify exactly what you are looking for.
I don't believe I got 3 posts out of this.
I guess when you plug it into Excel it doesn't really matter.
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