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360: Circle in the Square
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Which yields the age-old debate: is it smarter to try to fit a round peg in a square hole or a square peg is a round hole?

Cartoon 360. All polygons have a different number of degrees usually associated with them, but circles and squares are both 360.

On a tangential note, there is a theater in Manhattan called The Circle in the Square, which has put on many great shows (and at least one dreadful one). If you're in the city ...



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