A soccer player passes the ball from a point that is 18 yards from the endline and 12 yards from the sideline. The pass is received by a teammate who is 42 yards from the same endline and 50 yards from the same sideline, as shown in the figure. How long is the pass? (Round your answer to the nearest yard.)

Brenton Dixon 2022-07-26 Answered
A soccer player passes the ball from a point that is 18 yards from the endline and 12 yards from the sideline. The pass is received by a teammate who is 42 yards from the same endline and 50 yards from the same sideline, as shown in the figure. How long is the pass? (Round your answer to the nearest yard.)
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frisiao
Answered 2022-07-27 Author has 13 answers
co-ordinates of first player (18,12)
co-ordinates of second player (42, 50)
use distance formula D =
x 2 + y 2
delta x = 24
delta y = 38
Distance = 44.944 yards
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