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i have a math question and i know that there is a simple solution that i am missing. We are going to be given a 100 foot piece of rope and we have to make a baseball diamond where the bases are 60feet apart. Help

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    Fiirst fold in half to get 50 feet, then fold the rope into ten equal parts for the remaining 10 feet.

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