Examples of Wedges?

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A wedge is a shape that has one thick end with a tapering thin edge. Some examples of a wedge include: car tyre wedges, pins, floor nail, a sharp tooth, chisel, and old knitting needles.
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My definition of a wedge is any feature that makes a site worth using, even if no one else is yet active on the site* ie: Flickr would still be useful (although not necessarily as
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when ice freezes over a rock and then adds so much pressure that it cracks the rock in many places leaving it like that after the ice has melted.
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A wedge can mean a number of different things, one on the definistion of a wedge is a family of pointed spaces with basepoint, hope this helps you.
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A knife, axe, razor blade, and teeth are all good examples of wedges. Thanks for using
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