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Name the shape. Plane shapes.
It does not have 4 sides. all of it sides are equal. All of its angles are acute.

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  1. Equilateral triangle

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  2. rectagle

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  3. Isaac, a rectangle has:
    --4 sides
    --they aren't all equal unless it's a square
    --4 90 degree angles, none acute.

    How did you come up with rectangle? It doesn't fit ANY of the descriptions.

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