The city of Plainview is building a new sports complex. The complex includes eight baseball fields, four soccer fields, and three buildings that have concessions and restrooms. Arrange the structures in the sports complex using translations, reflections, and rotations so that the final arrangement satisfies each of these criteria: All the fields and buildings fit on the provided lot. Each field is adjacent to at least one building for ease of access. Two or more fields can be adjacent, but no two fields should share the same boundary (e.g., a sideline or a fence.) For safety reasons, no baseball field should have an outfield (the curved edge) pointed at the side (the straight edges) of another baseball field.