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A baseball diamond is a square 90ft on a side. The pitcher's mound is 60.5 ft from home plate. How far is it from the mound to first base?

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    I honestly do not know where to start.

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    |dw:1359415050314:dw|

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    Basically, a diamond is 4 90 degrees angles. Right triangles have special rules...45-45 rules say that the small legs are equal. So what would the side from pitcher mound to 1st MUST be?

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    45 ft right?

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    |dw:1359415453995:dw|

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    oh ok, since the other side is 60.5 they are the same.

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