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3.2.4 Journal: The Distance Formula Journal Mathematics I Sem 2 Points Possible:20 Name: Juan Maldonado Date: 4/8/3031 Scenario: Who Threw the Baseball Farther? 1. Complete the table to summarize what you know about each player's throw: ( 2 points : 1 point for each row of the chart) Player Statement Tre he threw the ball from the center of the pitcher’s mound to the 3 rd base Hector hector threw the ball from the grass line to second base
The baseball field has the following dimensions: a) The baseball diamond is 90 feet by 90 feet. b) The pitcher's mound is 60.5 feet from home base. c) The horizontal distance from the pitcher's mound to the right fielder is 95 feet. Analyze the Conjecture: : 2. Looking at the diagram, who do you think threw the ball farther? ( 1 point ) Hector Graph the Coordinates: Shift the baseball diamond so that home plate becomes the origin, (0, 0). 3. Find the coordinates for the three bases and graph them below: ( 3 points : 1 point for each base)
a) Home plate: (0, 0) b) First base: (90, 0 ) c) Second base: ( 90 , 90 )

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