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What shape is this? A. octagon B. parallelogram C. square D. hexagon E. triangle REMEMBER: A hexagon has 6 sides.
What shape is this? A. triangle B. trapezoid C. circle D. rectangle E. pentagon REMEMBER: A triangle has 3 sides.
What shape is this? A. trapazoid B. parallelogram C. triangle D. hexagon E. pentagon REMEMBER: A pentagon has 5 sides.
What shape is this? A. triangle B. trapezoid C. rectangle D. circle E. octagon REMEMBER: A rectangle has 4 sides.
What shape is this? A. octagon B. parallelogram C. square D. hexagon E. triangle REMEMBER: A parallelogram has 4 sides made of two sets of parallel lines.
What shape is this? A. square B. octagon C. hexagon D. pentagon E. circle REMEMBER: An octagon has 8 sides.
What shape is this? A. parallelogram B. octagon C. rectangle D. trapezoid E. triangle REMEMBER: A trapezoid has 4 sides, but only 2 sides are parallel.
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