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Display the slide after presenting the examples and definitions on pages 305-308 of the Student Edition.The table shows the tallest buildings in the world as of the year 2004. Discuss the countries in which the buildings are located. Why would anyone want buildings of such great height? What problems could be associated with tall buildings? Wind speeds can become greater as the wind blows between rows of tall buildings. The Sears Tower sways about six inches from its true center at the top.