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Introducing the Shapes

This is a case artifact for my case analysis 2.
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Paige Manley

on 5 May 2010

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Introducing the Shapes A TRIANGLE has 3 sides. TRIANGLES are seen everywhere.
In this upcoming picture, the sails
create TRIANGLES. A RECTANGLE has 4 sides.
It has 2 pairs of equal sides. In this upcoming picture,
you can see a picture frame
makes a RECTANGLE. A SQUARE has 4 equal sides. In this upcoming picture,
the tree log is in the shape
of a SQUARE. A CIRCLE has no sides;
instead it is round. Circles are everywhere.
What makes this upcoming
picture resemble a circle?
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