Havok1517 wrote:Right, and all of the generalities would be wrong. If you said close to the middle of California then you would be correct.
No, the middle doesn't refer to the exact mid-point, otherwise it'd be specified as the mid-point. If a pitcher has to throw 94.5 to be considered someone who throws "mid 90s" then no one in MLB throws mid-90s consistently enough to qualify. The only thing middle specifies is that it is equidistant from its limits. The range 93-96 is a middle range (an appropriate one seeing as it results in 40% of the data, quite close to the 33% that an exact three-tier result would) of the 90s, since it is three MPH from the upper limit (99) and lower limit (90).
Havol is close to Havok but still not correct.
Thought I made my point pretty obvious, but I guess not. Look harder.