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### Course: Measurement & Data - Statistics & Probability 189-200>Unit 1

Lesson 2: Count unit squares to find area

# Creating rectangles with a given area 2

Lindsay creates a rectangle that has the same area (but different side lengths) than a given rectangle.  Created by Lindsay Spears.

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• its imposible to get with an odd number.
• You could have 3 by 2 2/3 (or indeed 5 * 1 2/5 or 7 * 1 1/7) but that's messy and in this case 4 x 2 is a much better answer
• Do you guys know how to measure
triangle?
• Area of a triangle is equal to base times height, then divide by 2.
• Three rows of three squares side by side touching. Squares are divided into thirds vertically and fifths horizontally. In first two rows first two squares are completely shaded and 1 column is shaded in third square. In third row the top two rows of the first two squares and the first column of the third square are shaded.
• Okay, but please don't post problems in here unless you want help on them.
• try an odd number
• 9 x 1 rectangle = 3 x 3 rectangle. If that's what you meant
(1 vote)
• Lets appreciate how she drew Olaf instead of 8
• its still hard plz try a another way pleas
• Where'd sal go? I liked him better. Also I don't get this.
• me too i kowe were sal went