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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your names are mismatching in your questionannete means gene i think.
rechel score = x
gene score = x + 25
combined score = 425
x+x+25 = 425
2x +25 = 425
2x = 400
ie, x = 200
so richel scored 200 runs.
gene scored 225 runs.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
how to play and keep score BOWLING
This dartboard adaptation of bowling
is a real challenge! It is a difficult game
in that you must be very accurate to rack
up a decent score. Player one starts the
game. You must select your “alley” by
either throwing dart or manually pressing
segment of choice. Once alley is selected,
you have 2 remaining darts to throw in
which to score points or “pins.” Each
specific segment in your “alley” is worth a
given pin total:
Double 9 pins
Outer Single 3 pins
Triple 10 pins
Inner Single 7 pins
There are several rules for this game as follows:
1. A perfect game score would be 200 in this version of bowling
2. You cannot hit the same singles segment twice within the same “frame” (round). The
second hit will count as zero points. Hint: Try to hit each single to reach 10 points in
3. You can score 20 points per “frame” by hitting the triple segment twice.
4. Hitting the double segment with your second dart will only count as 10 points if you
scored a double on your first throw. Otherwise you will score a total of 9 points by
throwing a double with your second dart.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: What score is a perfect
A perfect games in 5-pin bowling is worth 450 points.
Or you can read the link below to learn how to keep score.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer SD
It's likely that you've changed the screen format to a different ratio. There should be a button on your original Pioneer remote, marked "MODE" with "SCREEN" written above.
The change the screen ratio, put your TV on a channel where you can see sports scores or the news tickers, then press the "MODE" button repeatedly until they are the correct size and in the correct position. Each successive press of the "MODE" button will cycle through the options for "NATURAL WIDE", "CINEMA WIDE", "ZOOM", "FULL" and "NORMAL"
I suspect you have accidentally pressed the "MODE" button and are in "ZOOM" mode. You probably need to be in either "FULL" or "NORMAL" modes depending on your viewing requirements.
It may also be necessary to adjust the vertical (V) position on the picture. If you have changed the mode settings as above but it's still not correct, please post back if you need information on changing the picture position.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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