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NOMBRE DEL ARCHIVO: First Shapes (Look And Say).pdf
Shapes may change if the object is scaled non-uniformly. For example, a sphere becomes an ellipsoid when scaled differently in the vertical and horizontal directions. In other words, preserving axes of symmetry (if they exist) is important for preserving shapes. Also, shape is determined by only the outer boundary of an object.
What can the shape of your foot or the length of your toes say about your ancestry? Is there a fundamental truth in phalanges? Let's have a look. The Premise of Foot Shape Ancestry. Foot and toe ancestry suggest that by looking at the shape of your feet, you can make an educated guess about the origins of your ancestors.