A batsman scored 110 runs which include 3 boundaries and 8 sixes. What percent of his

A batsman scored 110 runs which include 3 boundaries and 8 sixes. What percent of his total score did he make by running between the wickets?

To determine the percentage of runs made by running between the wickets, we need to subtract the runs made from boundaries and sixes from the total score of 110 runs. Let's calculate it step by step.

Given: Total runs scored = 110 Number of boundaries = 3 Number of sixes = 8

Runs made from boundaries = 4 runs per boundary × 3 boundaries = 12 runs Runs made from sixes = 6 runs per six × 8 sixes = 48 runs

To calculate the runs made by running between the wickets, we subtract the runs from boundaries and sixes from the total score: Runs made by running between the wickets = Total runs scored - (Runs made from boundaries + Runs made from sixes) = 110 - (12 + 48) = 110 - 60 = 50 runs

Now, we can calculate the percentage of runs made by running between the wickets by dividing the runs made by running between the wickets by the total score and multiplying by 100:

Percentage of runs made by running between the wickets = (Runs made by running between the wickets / Total runs scored) × 100 = (50 / 110) × 100 = 0.454545 × 100 = 45.45%

Therefore, the batsman made approximately 45.45% of his total score by running between the wickets.

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