# After 30 baseball games, John had 25 hits. If after 100 games, he had 80 hits, what is his average hits per baseball game?

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John's average hits per baseball game is calculated by dividing the total number of hits by the total number of games played.

Average hits per game = Total hits / Total games

Average hits per game = (80 hits - 25 hits) / (100 games - 30 games)

Average hits per game = 55 hits / 70 games

Average hits per game ≈ 0.786 hits per game

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