2. Looking at the diagram, who do you think threw the ball farther? (1 point)

3. Find the coordinates for the three bases and graph them below: (3 points: 1 point for each base)

4. Draw Tre's position at the pitcher's mound as the point (42.78, 42.78) on your diagram above. (1 point)Calculate Tre's Throw: 5. Using the distance formula, calculate how far Tre threw the ball. (4 points: 2 points for setup, 1 for calculation, 1 for the answer).

6. Calculate the coordinates for Hector's position. [Note: We can assume that 95 feet is an approximately horizontal distance from the pitcher's mound to the grass line.] (2 points: 1 for x, 1 for y)

Calculate Hector's Throw: 7. Using the distance formula, calculate how far Hector threw the ball. (4 points: 2 points for setup, 1 for calculation, 1 for the answer).

Making a Decision: 8. Who threw the ball farther, and by how much? (1 point)

9. How far is this throw? (2 points)