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Go TO Lowest Go TO Lowest Class Hexagon N-Gons Circular Through Dodecagon Order

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More About More About Irregulars To Next Class To Next Class Irregular triangles are triangles with no sides congruent. To Beginning

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Back To Back To Irregulars Irregular triangles are very deadly because their angle measures are very short, making the point sharper and more deadly. Irregulars are often terminated if their angles are too sharp.

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More About More About Soldiers & Soldiers & Workman To Next Class To Next Class The soldiers and workmen are isosceles triangles. To Last Class

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Back To Back To Soldiers & Soldiers & Workman The isosceles triangles in Flatland are soldiers because of their small angles. The are deadly when used to inflict harm. The workman are isosceles triangles who don’t want to be a soldier.

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More About More About Women To Next Class To Next Class The women in Flatland are straight lines. To Last Class

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Back To Back To Women The women in Flatland are the most deadly of all the shapes there. Their points are practically invisible. A women, in a fit of rage, has the ability to annihilate a town in minutes. They also have very short memories so their rages don’t normally last very long. They are still a force to be reckoned with.

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To Next Class To Next Class More About More About The Middle Class Middle Class The Middle class of Flatland are equilateral triangles. To Last Class

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Back To Back To The Middle Class Middle Class The middle class of Flatland are Tradesman. Once a triangle is a registered equilateral, their sons will sometimes have 1 more side than the parents have. So a tradesmen's son might be of a better class. Isosceles triangles angles slowly turn into equilateral triangles over generations of shapes until the become equilateral.

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Squares & pentagons Belong to the gentlemen and professional class. To Last Class To Next Class To Next Class More About More About The Gentlemen The Gentlemen & Professional & Professional class

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Back to Gentlemen Back to Gentlemen & Professional class & Professional class The main character in the book Flatland is a square, so he is part of the gentlemen class. The gentlemen's classes sons will sometimes have 1 more side than their father did. It is more common in this class than it is the middle class, but they still aren't guaranteed to have 1 more side.

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Hexagons Heptagons Octagons Nonagons Decagons Hendecagon Dodecagon More About More About The Nobility The Nobility To Last Class To Next Class To Next Class

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Back to Nobility Back to Nobility Hexagons Heptagons Octagons Nonagons Decagons Hendecagon Dodecagon The nobility of Flatland is more of a stepping-stone class. It is for the figures that are not quite a honorable Polygon or a Priestly Circle yet, but they are higher than the Gentleman and professional class.

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More About More About The Polygonal The Polygonal class To Last Class To Next Class To Next Class 13 sides up to hundreds of sides

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Back to Polygonal Back to Polygonal class The Polygon class is the second highest class attainable by a Flatlander. It is a immense honor to be accepted into the Polygonal Class. The Polygons do not have as much power as the Circular order does, but they still make some of the important decisions that affect the daily life of Flatlanders.

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More About More About The Circular The Circular Class To Last Class To Conclusion To Conclusion

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Back to Circular Back to Circular Class The polygons that are honored to be in the circular class are not actually circles. They are polygons that have so many sides that they are indistinguishable to actual circles. The circular order of Flatland is more commonly referred to as the priestly class. The are the administrators and coordinators of almost everything that goes on in flatland.

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+- More information About Polygons To learn more about many sided polygons, click the link below To last ClassTo Beginning This Has Been A Nate & Cord Production

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