a college basketball foul shot/line is always 15ft fron the center of the hoop
That's just how the game was invented.
13 feet 9 inches measured horizontally from behind the line to the goals center.
The free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard. However, it is 13 feet from the front of the rim.
The back of the free throw line/ or foul line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or hoop for standard play.
13 Feet 9 inches to the center of the goal (basket), and is the same distance as in High School and the NCAA basketball.
I think you meant hoop and the hoop is 15 feet away from the free throw line in basketball.
Some folks call the foul line the charity stripe.
A basketball foul line shall be 2" wide and 15' from the backboard.
The free-throw line (or foul line) is a standard 15 feet from the backboard.
13 feet 9 inches from in back of the free throw line to the center of the hoop.
When you shoot from the three pointer line which is behind the foul line.
A player has 10 seconds to shoot a free throw from the foul line.
It is about 6 ft away from each other
from the base line (the wall behind the hoop)
It is measured from the center of the hoop.
When someone gets hit in basketball a foul is called and if they are shooting the ball at the basket they get to shoot a free throw. A free throw is worth one point and they are shot without jumping from the line about 15 feet straight from the hoop.
48 feet OH YEAH
This question is in both the Baseball and Basketball categories. For Baseball, there is no rule specifying the width of the foul line. However, probably between 2" and 3" is sufficient. Someone else will have to answer for Basketball.
from the backboard to the foul line is 15 feet
in high school its 19 feet