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hi this is Professor Steve Anderson and this tutorial is about how to keep score and bowing Im going to give you some different scenarios and show you how to score them in the case that you didnt have a computer to do it for you but more importantly so that you actually learn the skills of arithmetic necessary to know what it is you need at a certain point in the game to either win a game or achieve a certain goal so lets get started many scoring sheets are set up with two positions one for the first ball and on for the second ball some score sheets have a blank where the first ball goes others use a second rectangle lets assume for a moment that a person scores an eight on their first ball and then does in fact pick up the spare with their second ball so they achieve the other two pins no score is awarded the first frame because on spares the rule is you get ten pins plus your next ball so for example if on the second frame they score seven that would be ten for the spare plus se