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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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### Sports and Mathematics

By: Jonah R.

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.

### Football

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

Simplify the following problems

Every score is available in football except 1.

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.

• 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

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

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 points

Any where behind the arch is a 3 pointer.

Any where in the shaded area =2 points.

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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.

### Lacrosse

How to score points

Shout the ball on net =1 point.

Defense

Attack

Middy (Middle fielder)

Lax on

Middle field area

2,100x2

2,400

6,600

300

340

130

130x2

80

### Swimming

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

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

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

5ft

18 ft

10 ft