# { -2} B. (19/3) ( I want to say this is the answer). (6) D. (-19/3) On a certain youth league baseball diamond, the bases are 35 ft apart.

A. { -2}

B. (19/3) (

I want to say this is the answer).

C. (6)

D. (-19/3)

On a certain youth league baseball diamond, the bases are 35 ft apart. Assuming home plate and the three bases form a perfect square, find the exact distance from home plate to second base. Then round to the nearest tenth of a foot.

35+35 = 70ft?

A.

47.6 ft.

B.

49.5 ft.

C.

70.0 ft.

D.

53.2 ft.

A. 101/8 – 29/2i

B. 101/8-12i

C. 101/8 divided by 29/2i

D. 15 – 13i

Write the expression by using rational exponents rather than radical notation. 3√18t

A. (18t)1/3 (I want to say this is the answer)

B. (18)t/3

C. (18t)-3

D. (18t)3

Two children in nearby houses attempt to use walkie-talkies to communicate. The walkie-talkies reach one-quarter of a mile (1,320 feet). From one child’s house to the other, the walk along the city sidewalks is as follows: Proceed 450 feet from the first house to the nearest corner, turn right 90°, and proceed another 1,050 feet.

A. No, because the distance is greater than 1,320 feet. (my answer)

B. Yes, because city blocks are much smaller than one quarter of a mile.

C. No, but if the turn were to the left instead, they would be within range.

D. Yes, as the distance formula indicates

450+1050 = 1500 ft

compare this to the total range limit of 1,320 ft and one can see that the total distance, exceeds the permitted range.

A. Eliminate the negative in the second radical expression.

C. Square both sides of the equation.

D. Combine the two like radicals; then square both sides. (my answer/estimated guess)

As you can tell, I am unsure on how these should be solved.

If the tutor could please provide a detailed step by step process, that would be greatly appreciated. 🙂

Also, I understand that some of the questions may be answers different from the ones listed. I have no control over that, and unfortunately it has to be an answer from the ones provided. Thanks again!

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