Bowling Average is defined as the ratio of runs conceded to the number of wickets taken.

Bowling Average and economy of a bowler are two different terms and people often get confused. For ex. Say a bowler has bowled 54 deliveries/balls on which he conceded 30 runs and took 3 wickets, then his bowling average is 30/3 i.e. 10 and his economy would be (30/54)*6 which is 3.333

Enter the number of runs conceded as one input and number of wickets taken as the other input.

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