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# The Pythagorean theorem belongs to which science field?

Updated: 11/3/2022

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Plane geometry.

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### How far is 2nd base to home plate using 70 foot bases?

This is a match problem which is easily solved with the match formula of a2 + b2 = c2. 65 ft2 + 65 ft2 = 8450 ft2 The square root of 8450 ft2 is 91.92 ft So, 2nd base is 92.92 ft from the back of home plate on a field with 65 ft bases paths.

### Does social science is field of science?

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