the exact same as any other.
A basketball court is 94 feet (1128 inches) in length and 50 feet (600 inches) in width
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They are just there for practice so there is no right or wrong place for them.
The obvious answer is it depends on what size the court is. NBA/NCAA is 94ft, high school is 84ft and jr. high school is 74ft. There are 5280ft in a mile so therefore 7920ft in 1.5 miles this divided by NBA/NCAA=just over 82.25. high school=just over 93, and jr high school=just over 107. for the exact answer devide 7920 by 94, 84 and 74
Basic dimension is the numerical value defining the theoretically exact size of a feature. Reference dimension is the numerical value enclosed in parentheses provided for information only and is not used in the fabrication of the part.
Location dimension. - Ayo Ogungbuyi.
December 21, 1891 I think...
The 7th dimension in physics is the 6th dimension (infinite possibilities) x the start of the event. In other words, infinite possibilities all start at the exact same time. But I don't think this is right. I still haven't figured it out yet.
It should be the exact same size as a regulation court.