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Question Video: Sorting 3D Shapes by Non-Defining Attributes Mathematics • First Year of Primary School

Chloe sorted these shapes into two groups. How did she sort the shapes? [A] by size [B] by colour [C] by number of vertices, Are all the cylinders in the same group?

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Chloe sorted these shapes into two groups. Group one and group two. How did she sort these shapes? By size, by colour, or by number of vertices. Are all the cylinders in the same group?

Let’s look at the shapes in group one. What’s the same about all of these shapes? They’re all green. And all of the shapes in group two are blue. Chloe sorted the shapes according to their colour.

Now, we need to find out if all the cylinders are in the same group. In this group, there is a cylinder, a cuboid, and a sphere. And the blue shapes group, or group two, has a cylinder, a cone, and a cuboid. So the cylinders are not all in the same group. Chloe sorted the shapes by colour. And all the cylinders are not in the same group.

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