Q: What is the perimeter of 2 basketball courts?

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The NCAA and NBA courts consist of 2 half courts of 47 feet by 50 feet. The total length of the 2 courts is 94 feet. The perimeter of each court (inside the lines) is: (2 x 47') + (2 x 50') 94' + 100' = 194'. Answer: The perimeter of a half court is 194 feet. The 2 courts combined perimeter is 388 feet.

The high school court is made up of two 42 ft. X 50 ft. courts end to end and separated by a 2 inch dividing line through the center court. The perimeter of the 2 courts is 268 feet and the area of the 2 courts is 4200 sq. feet.

Perimeter is the length round the outside. A basketball court is a rectangle, so: perimeter = 2 x (length + width) = 2 x (30 yd + 40 yd) = 2 x 70 yd = 140 yd

A basketball clinic is the same as a basketball stadium - its a place dedicated to basketball and has basketball courts. :)

The size of the court in the NBA and NCAA is 94 feet long by 50 feet wide. In basketball, the perimeter is 228.

its called the perimeter

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the formula for a perimeter of a rectangle is P= 2x(l+w) P=2(50+84) P=2(134) P=268

the formula for a perimeter of a rectangle is P= 2x(l+w) P=2(50+84) P=2(134) P=268