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Plane Frames
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The artwork at the Isosceles Museum is unusual because the picture frames are not rectangles. On one wall, the paintings have frames in the shapes of a pentagon, a circle, a hexagon, and an octagon.

  • The forest watercolor is next to the octagon.

  • The ocean scene is not surrounded by a five-sided frame.

  • The fruit-bowl painting has a frame shaped like a grapefruit.

  • The painting of city streets has a frame in the shape of a stop sign.

Which painting is in each frame?


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