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Sports and Mathematics. By: Jonah R. Mathematics used in sports . Math is used a lot in sports, f rom finding the distance of a playing field or finding a player’s status. You need math in sports. Football. How to score points. Run or pass to get a touch down. Touchdown=6 points.

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mathematics used in sports
Mathematics used in sports

Math is used a lot in sports, from finding the distance of a playing field or finding a player’s status. You need math in sports.

how to score points
How to score points

Run or pass to get a touch down. Touchdown=6 points

You try to kick a field goal over the post and between the up rights. Field goal=3

Touchdown

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Touch down

Other ways to score

P.A.T=1

Safety=2 Extra Point=2

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Simplify the following problems

Every score is available in football except 1.

Click here for Answers

Final Score: Michigan 37 Ohio State 31

Michigan: Touchdown (6) + Field Goal(3) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T(1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T(1)=37. There are many ways to get to this number.

Ohio State: P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + Field Goal (3).There are many other ways to get this score.

answers
Answers
  • Michigan: Touchdown (6) + Field Goal(3) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T(1) + Touchdown (6) + P.A.T(1)=37. There are many ways to get to this number.

5(touchdowns)x6 + 4(P.A.T)x1 + 1 (field goal)x3

=37

Ohio State: P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6)+ P.A.T (1) + Touchdown (6) + Field Goal (3).There are many other ways to get this score.

4(touchdowns)x6+4(P.A.T)x1+(field goal)x3

=31

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Order pair (2,4), (4,6), (6,8), (8,10)

Coordinate Plane

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

8

10

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Connor Cook = 11/22 pass completed

Devin Gardner = 14/20 pass completed

What was the percentage of each quarterback.

Connor Cook=50%

Devin Gardner=70%

how to score points1
How to score points

Any where behind the arch is a 3 pointer.

Any where in the shaded area =2 points.

Basket

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basketball1
Basketball

Players have statistics of average points per game.

First 8 game of this players season

The player wants to finish the season with a average of 19 points per game. What is his average now?

23+25+17+16+21+24+26+23=N divided by 8 to find the average.(mode)

The player is average 21.87 points per game.

how to score points2
How to score points

Shout the ball on net =1 point.

Defense

Attack

Middy (Middle fielder)

lax on
Lax on

Middle field area

2,100x2

2,400

6,600

300

340

130

130x2

80

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Tim raced at a 25 meter pool but did not like his time so he tried so hard to beat his time in the next meet. But there was a problem Tim was swimming in 25 yard pool now. Help Tim figure out what time was better.

Diving

blocks

Click here for

Answers

Tim swam one length in 25 seconds.

Race 1

25 meter

1 yard = 0.9144 meters

Diving

blocks

Tim swam one length in 35 seconds

Race 2

25 yard

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Answers

1 yard = 0.9144 meters

25 meters=22.86 yards in 21 sec = 22.86yds./21sec.=1.09 yds./sec.

25 yards=25 yards in 33 sec = 25yds./33sec.=.76yds/sec

find the volume of the pool
Find the volume of the pool

5ft

18 ft

10 ft

Answer:5x10x18=900ft

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