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Total bases. For example if a batter has two singles, a double and a home run, this would be eight total bases. It's one for a single, two for a double, three for a triple and four for a home run.
I would say... maybe in the kitchen, in a lemon, or in some sour candy? There could also be acids or bases in liquid dishwashing soap. I, myself, am just guessing but i think im right. Hope I helped you!
Basic solutions have the pH over 7.
Each base is 90' apart. Therefore running from home around the bases back to home would be a distance of 90' X 4 = 360'.
Most rooms in a home are cuboids.
Sodium ChorideSodium chloride [NaCl] is salt.You would find it at home in the kitchen.Iron OxideIron oxide [Fe2O3] is rust.You would find it at home anywhere that iron has rusted.
bases as in chemical acids or bases bases soap, any kind of detergent, etc.
the county would have this record
at home under your bed
In Baseball there are four bases: first, second, third, and home.