Q: What is the official length of the sides of a baseball diamond?

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It simply depends of the length and proportions of the diamond. You have to know the sides of it to determine the angles. ;)

Rhombus

Its a diamond :]

A square is a type of rectangle where all four sides have equal length. A diamond has four sides of equal length but differs from a square in that not all four internal angles are equal. A diamond is neither a rectangle, and hence neither a square.

RHOMBUS

when you say equal sides, if you mean by the length of each side, then yes

A diamond can be described mathematically as a rhombus, a quadrilateral with all sides equal in length.

A rhombus. (Looks like a diamond.)

a square, altough to get it to look like a "diamond" you would have to look at it diagonally.

there are 50 right angles on a baseball field.

A kite is a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal in length, while a diamond is a rhombus where all four sides are equal in length. In other words, all diamonds are kites, but not all kites are diamonds.

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.