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What is symmetry? By Mindel and Harry Sitomer. Illustrated by Ed Emberley.

By: Sitomer, Mindel.
Contributor(s): Sitomer, Harry [joint author.] | Emberley, Ed [illus.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: A Young math book.Publisher: New York, Crowell [1970]Description: 33 p. illus. (part col.) 21 x 23 cm.ISBN: 0690876122; 9780690876123.Subject(s): SymmetryDDC classification: 513/.1 Summary: A simple description of the different types of symmetry, including line, point, and plane.
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513.1 S6235W (Browse shelf) Available 0000101164457
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A simple description of the different types of symmetry, including line, point, and plane.

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