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Jacob has a group of hats. He decides to sort them by
shape. Which sorting is correct?

This picture shows Jacob’s group of
hats. And we know that Jacob wanted to
sort them by shape. Some of Jacob’s hats are top
hats. The top part of these hats is quite
tall. Some of Jacob’s hats have a wide
brim. Some of Jacob’s hats have a wide
brim and a dome-shaped hat. And some of Jacob’s hats are
caps. Jacob has tried to sort his hats
three times. Each picture shows one of Jacob’s
attempts to sort his hats. Did he get it right? In which of the three pictures has
Jacob sorted the hats correctly?

In the first picture, the hats in
the first column are all different shapes. There’s a top hat, a wide-brimmed
hat, and a cap. The hats in the second column, or
group two, have also not been sorted correctly by shape. We have a top hat and two
wide-brimmed hats. The hats in group three, or column
three, are also different shapes. There’s a top hat and two caps. So, the sorting isn’t correct in
the first picture.

Let’s look at the second
picture. In the first group, or the first
column, all of the hats are the same shape. They’re all top hats. All of the hats in group two are
wide-brimmed hats, and they’re all shaped the same. And the hats in group three are all
caps. The hats in the second picture have
all been correctly sorted by shape. The sorting is correct in the
second picture.