Basketball

Peter and Franta threw to the basket. Each had 20 attempts. Peter scored thirteen and twelve Franta. Give them success in percentage.

Result

p(P) =  65 %
p(F) =  60 %

Solution:

Solution in text p(P) =
Solution in text p(F) =







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