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Look at the given shape.
Start by tracing this shape. If the start and end points are at the same position, then it is closed. Otherwise, it is open.
Here, we notice that the start and end points are at same positions.
So, the given shape is closed.
Look at the given shape.
Start by tracing this shape. If the start and end points are at the same position, then it is closed. Otherwise, it is open.
Here, we notice that the start and end points are at same position.
So, the given shape is closed.
Look at the given shape.
Start by tracing this shape. If the start and end points are at the same position, then it is closed. Otherwise, it is open.
Here, we notice that the start and end points are at different positions.
So, the given shape is open.
Sides are the straight lines that make a flat shape.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of sides for each.
This shape has 4 sides.
This shape has 6 sides.
So, shape A has fewer sides.
A corner is a point where two sides meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of corners for each.
This shape has 5 corners.
This shape has 4 corners.
So, shape B has 4 corners.
An angle is formed where two sides of a shape meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of angles for each.
This shape has 6 angles.
This shape has 5 angles.
So, shape A has 6 angles.
A corner is a point where two sides meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of corners for each.
This shape has 5 corners.
This shape has 3 corners.
So, shape A has 5 corners.
An angle is formed where two sides of a shape meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of angles for each.
This shape has 5 angles.
This shape has 4 angles.
So, shape B has 4 angles.
An angle is formed where two sides of a shape meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of angles for each.
This shape has 3 angles.
This shape has 4 angles.
So, shape A has 3 angles.
Sides are the straight lines that make a flat shape.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of sides for each.
This shape has 4 sides.
This shape has 5 sides.
So, shape A has fewer sides.
Sides are the straight lines that make a flat shape.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of sides for each.
This shape has 6 sides.
This shape has 4 sides.
So, shape B has fewer sides.
Sides are the straight lines that make a flat shape.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of sides for each.
This shape has 5 sides.
This shape has 4 sides.
So, shape B has 4 sides.
A corner is a point where two sides meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of corners for each.
This shape has 4 corners.
This shape has 6 corners.
So, shape A has 4 corners.
An angle is formed where two sides of a shape meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of angles for each.
This shape has 4 angles.
This shape has 3 angles.
So, shape B has fewer angles.
An angle is formed where two sides of a shape meet.
Let’s consider the given shapes one by one and find the total number of angles for each.
This shape has 5 angles.
This shape has 4 angles.
So, shape B has fewer angles.
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