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AVERY TATE SHAPES
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GEOMETRY Today we are going to learn about some geometric shapes...
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3-d shapes. This is a cube. Eight corners Six faces cube.
Is it a square or a cube? It is a cube It is a pyramid Is it a triangle or a pyramid?
Square rectangle triangle diamond trapezoid pentagon hexagon circle oval heart star.
Is this a square or a pentagon? It is a square.
Shapes Edited by M. Haynie. Circle Triangle Square.
A polygon is a closed figure made by joining line segments, where each line segment intersects exactly two others. Polygons.
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