Q: What is the distance between home plate and second base?

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75 ft.

40 feet.

the distance from 2nd base to home plate is 180 feet both ways

A squared plus B squared equals C squared. You are looking at an equilateral right triangle. The angle between the line from home plate to first base and from first base to second base is 90 degrees. The distance from home plate to first base and from first base to second base is the same. Using this formula, you can find the distance from home plate to second base no matter what the distance between bases is. (By the way, this works out to about 98.99 feet.)Actually, the formula is: The square root of A squared plus B squared equals C squared.

The distance is calculated from the back of home plate to the back of 2nd base. The distance is 127 feet 3 3/8 inches.

The distances between the plates are 90 feet. The distance between home plate and first base is 90 feet. First base to second base is 90 feet. Second base to third base is 90 feet. Third base to home plate is also 90 feet. Additionally, the distance between first and third base straight across is 127 feet.

The distance is measured from the back of Home Plate to the back corner of Second Base. The distance is 127 feet 3 3/8 inches.

About 106.1 ft

The answer is 10m

84 feet 10 1/4 inches

According to (See Related Link) it is 127 feet 3 3/8 inches between home plate and second base. The distance between the pitcher's mound and home plate is 60 feet 6 inches. Therefore, the distance between the pitcher's mound and second base is 66 feet 7 3/8 inches.

If the bases are 60' apart, the distance from home plate to second base is 84'10"

The distance between Third Base and Home Plate is 90 feet.

In MLB, we know its 90 feet between the bases, and we know that you're describing a right triangle, so we can figure the distance between home plate and second base as: 90^2 + 90^2 = x^2 8100 + 8100 = x^2 16200 = x^2 127.29 feet between home plate and second base

The distance from home base to shortstop is 100.62 feet if shortstop is standing directly between second and third base.

84 feet 10 1/4 inches

The baseball playing field (or diamond) is shaped like a diamond. There are three bases (first, second, and third) are on the corners away from home plate. The distance between these bases (on the basepath or distance straight from first base to second base, or second base to third base, etc.) is 90 feet in Major League baseball. In Little League, the distance in 60 feet.

The distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60'6'. The distance between all the bases is 90 feet. the home plate area is in a 26' circle. The distance between home and second base is 127' 3 3/8'. That's also the dimension from first to third base.

By using the Pythagorean theorem, about 85 feet.

Yes. It is 90 ft between each base. Therefore, it is a square and the diagonal is the same either way.

All measurements are from the back of home plate. A quick ways is to take your regular base distance and multiply it by 1.41 - that is the distance to the center of 2nd base.

Pythagorean Theorem. We know its 90 feet between the bases, and we know that you're describing a right triangle, so we can figure the distance between home plate and second base as: 90^2 + 90^2 = x^2 8100 + 8100 = x^2 16200 = x^2 127.29 feet

The distance from home plate to second base on a regulation Major League Baseball field is 121 feet, zero inches. Another answer: Major League Baseball rule 1.04 defines the distance from home plate to 2nd base as 127 feet, 3 3/8 in.

If you drew a line from home plate to first base, first base to second base, second base to third base, and third base to home plate, you would have a square. This is because the distance between those bases is the same (90 feet). A square turned on its side is a diamond.

The distance between first base and second base is 90 feet.