Continued from the exercise "Build a Baseball Field". This time, let's figure out all the bases.
The MLB commissioner has asked you to build a new baseball field. To do your job right, you need to know the dimensions of a field.
Like the picture above, the bases of a typical baseball field form a square. The square is rotated by 45 degrees. The shortest distance between 2 bases is 90 feet as shown above.
If the home plate is at (0, 0), where are all the other bases? No need to write down units - just round each coordinate to the nearest whole number.
First base is at the following coordinates:
Second base is at the following coordinates:
Third base is at the following coordinates:
Show your work here:
Aligned with Common Core:
8.G.7 - Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right
triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three