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A Tour of New York City: Level 3 (Mathematics Readers)

by Julia Wall

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743908848, Paperback)

Many things in New York City are 3-D shapes with height, length, and width. Many of the skyscrapers in the city are rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cubes. Some of the statues are cylinders and spheres. You can even see pyramids atop big buildings. These 3-D shapes are not only buildings or statues. They can also be the things you drink out of such as soda cans or things you eat like ice cream cones.

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