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.
No. Baseball is larger.
base ball isn't played on a court
According to the rules in major league baseball, bases are 15 inch squares.
One that fits his/her hand.
The dimensions of a major league baseball diamond are 90 feet from base to base. The distance from home plate to the pitchers mound is 60 feet and 6 inches.
The specific gravity of diamond is 3.5, which is above average, so yes, a diamond is heavy for its size.
depends on the size of the diamond
It Depends On the size of the diamond!
Gold is heavier than diamond if they are the same size
A carat diamonds size is 3.5mm.
It depends on the size of the diamond and the gold, but if they're the same size, the gold will be significantly heavier.
No real size difference is important. A tiny diamond is still a diamond.
Every diamond, regardless of its size, is formed from carbon.
Diamonds are typically measured in two ways. Either by weight which is represented by carats or by physical size which is by MM (millimeters). Weight is used for pricing the diamond and size is used to know if the diamond can fit in a setting.
Size -- or weight, is one determinant. Others include the diamond's colour, clarity and cut and its excellence.
The carat size of a diamond should be determined by a certified jeweler. There are two different sizes the is the millimeter size which as stated was 7mm and then a jeweler can give a carat size.