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anonymous
 one year ago
Use the data about baseball found on page 24 of your textbook to explain how expressions can be used to find the perimeter of a baseball diamond. Include two different verbal expressions and an algebraic expression other than 4s to represent the perimeter of a square.
(Book Data: A baseball infield is a square with a base at each corner. Each base lies the same distance from the next one. Suppose s represents the length of each side. Since the infield is a square you can use the expression 4 times s, or 4s, to find the perimeter) Please help
anonymous
 one year ago
Use the data about baseball found on page 24 of your textbook to explain how expressions can be used to find the perimeter of a baseball diamond. Include two different verbal expressions and an algebraic expression other than 4s to represent the perimeter of a square. (Book Data: A baseball infield is a square with a base at each corner. Each base lies the same distance from the next one. Suppose s represents the length of each side. Since the infield is a square you can use the expression 4 times s, or 4s, to find the perimeter) Please help

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