43ft as of this year
Most high school and 18U and under summer ball is 40ft (however some states and leagues have moved back to 43ft) College and Olympic is 43ft
it depends on what grade you are in. at my grade level, which is 7th and 8th, it is forty feet away, i think.Softball mound from home plate depends on how old you are. 10u is 35ft, 12u and 14u is 40ft. The rest is 43ft in high school, collage, 16u, and so on.
10u softball is 35 ft. 12u to 18u is 40 ft. 18u gold and older is 43ft.
43ft² = 3.995m²
The elevation of Houston, TX is 43Ft.
C'mon now. Area = length x width (elementary school, right?). Then get out your calculator.
Im not totally shure but i think 46ft back, and 43ft front
This can be confusing depending on the association or level of play (60, 65, 70ft), Female or Male, college and/or adult, slow pitch or fast pitch. For fast pitch: (college & adult) Female 43ft. Male 46ft., under 18 & 15 Female 40 or 35, Male 46, Slow pitch: Female, Male, Coed, 50ft. under 18 & 15 Female 50ft., Male 46ft. Your best bet is to check with the association you will play in.
It is 60 feet from home to first, and between the other bases. Depending on the age level, the pitching rubber is 35ft (10u), 40ft (12u-14u in my area), and 43ft from home. (16u-23u, high school, and college). In terms of fence distance, the only specifies distances are in high school and college, it can be no more then 200 down the line and 220 in dead center. I'm sorry if the pitching distances are not the same in your area, but you can probably check it on your local ASA website.
for 11-14 years old it is 40 ft for high school and 15u it is 43ft they just recently changed it to 43 feet because pitchers were getting injured when the ball cam straight back at them
on the (overhead valve engine) short bolts 43ft-lbs, long bolts 46ft-lbs. then an additional 90 degrees. on (overhead cam engine) short bolts 30ft-lbs, long bolts 26ft-lbs then an additional 90 degrees
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A rectangle is a 2-dimensional object, which will not have height. You want the volume for a cube with the length of 7 feet, width of 3 feet and height of 43 feet. The formula for the volume of a cube is Length X Width X Height = Area 7*3*43= 903 So the volume of a cube with those dimensions is 903 cubic feet.
depending on what engine and type 1.5 is first round 22 and second round 43ft lbs starting from the middle and work your way outward. this is correct but you start at number 1 bolt that's in the middle closest to radiator then go to #2 which is the middle bolt in the back then 3,5,4,6,7,9,8,10 this is the order of the bolts you torque make sure you do the 1st sequence at 22 lbs then the 2nd sequence at 44lbs if you don't do it correctly you will have the same problem a head gasket not sealing drive the car for about 500 to 800 miles and re-torque the head bolts after the head sets down highly recommended to do so
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If you are 13 you should be able to throw ATLEAST 30ft. My school record is 43ft 8in. And if you cant throw around 30ft you mignt want to pick a different event.