Well Hammond averaged 50 in his time too. But Bradman averaged double that so I'm not getting the logic.
difference in differences (btwn players) wil b reduced by 50%
thats how it works
dhyanchandh = greatest field hockey player / most dominant sports person (along wth don and w.g)
SFB = greatest bowler
W.G = bradman = greatest batsman/player
headley = best after w.g and don
hobbs at 42-48 = ATG (27tests avg-58 , 8 tons )
Plenty of Grace's contemporaries could be considered as his equal or his better as a batsman. Can you name some of Bradman's contemporaries that could be considered his equal, or his better?
It still makes the same amount of sense to me as it did in English.aumentar la competitividad del 5%
diferencia en las diferencias (jugadores btwn) wil b redujo en un 50%
eso es lo que funciona
de otra manera
dhyanchandh = mayor campo de hockey jugador / deportista más dominante (junto wth don y wg)
SFB = mayor jugador de bolos
W.G = Bradman = mayor bateador / reproductor
headley = mejor después w.g y don
hobbs en 42-48 = ATG (27tests promedio-58, 8 toneladas)
Maybe you should have tried Swedish coz I think he's a muppet.
I think, he's trying to argue that the difference in standards back then would be much smaller now, because they weren't as competitive back then.
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