A diamond has 4 sides.
A baseball "diamond" is in fact not actually a diamond. It is a square with 90 foot sides, for a perimeter of 360 feet and an area of 8100 square feet.
If it is a rhombus then it has two pairs of parallel sides.
No. A diamond as in a baseball diamond has four sides, making it a quadrilateral not a triangle. A diamond as in the kind in jewelry usually has five sides making it a pentagon. And also, a diamond would usually be 3 dimensional, and a triangle can only be two dimensional.
A geometric diamond has 4 sides and 4 angles. The precious stone has any number of sides and angles - as the cutter determines.
it has approxemetily 0 sides
A baseball plate has five sides.
A mathematical diamond is a quadrilateral with four sides and four angles.
In geometry, a diamond MUST have 4 sides!
It can have one or two.
4 i think. oh yeah