Answer :

Number of times the batswoman hits a boundary = 6

Total number of balls played = 30

Thus, Number of times that the batwoman does not hit a boundary

= 30 - 6

= 24

So, we get that,

\(P = \frac{Number of times when she does not hit boundary}{Total number of balls played}\)

\(P = \frac{24}{30} = \frac{4}{5}\)

Therefore, the probability that she did not hit a boundary is \(\frac{4}{5}\).

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