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# A baseball diamond has 90 ft between each base A sofball diamond has 60 ft between each base How many yards longer is the space between bases an a baseball diamond than a softball diamond?

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Q: A baseball diamond has 90 ft between each base A sofball diamond has 60 ft between each base How many yards longer is the space between bases an a baseball diamond than a softball diamond?
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