b= 4 squared
4 squared= 16
5 squared= 25
b= 8 squared
10 squared= 100
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B. LEG(it's either a or b): write the original formula then formulate the formula you need for solving the problem. First thing is to write what you know to help you solve the problem.
Example: You've just picked up a ground ball at first base, and you see the other team's player running towards the third base. How far do you have to throw the ball to get it from first base to third base, and throw the runner out?