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Using Shapes Sara Davila
What shape is it? The ________ is ____________. Write a sentence to describe the different items below. apartmentpool rack pool ballmountain face Cell phone boxpizza Square Circle Rectangle Triangle
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SUBJECT - MATHS CLASS – II TOPIC – GEOMETRICAL SHAPES SUB TOPIC-PLANE FIGURES & SOLID FIGURES.
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