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The distance from home plate to second base on a softball diamond is 84.853 feet. This is the same as the distance from first base to third base. What is the area of a softball diamond? Round your answer to the nearest square foot.

1,800 ft.2

3,558 ft.2

7,200 ft.2

3,600 ft.2

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    84.853 * 84.853 = _________ft^2

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