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# How can you deteremine the distance between the bases and the pitcher's mound using a rope 100 feet long?

## Answer

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###### September 06, 2007 3:01PM

Even after considerable editing, the question is poorly formed and very ambiguous. Do you wish to know the distance between the bases, i.e., the distance from home to first base, first to second, second to third, etc.? Do you wish to know the distance between the pitcher's mound and each of the four bases? Further, do you wish to determine the distance in common units, such as feet, or can the units be in multiples or fractions of the rope length?

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