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1)
Miss Ivania decided to make a word wall of all the vocabulary learned by students in 3 different classrooms. Each word was put in a square piece of paper, and illustrated by the students.
Class A decorated 14 words.
Class B decorated 14 words.
Class C decorated 21 words.
Part A
How many vocabulary words did all three classes decorate together?
Part B
The grid shows how much wall space Miss Ivania can use to hang the words. Use the grid to create a rectangular array showing how Miss Ivania might arrange the words on the wall.

Part C
Eugene created a rectangular array showing how to place 42 words on the wall. Eugene placed 6 tiles in each row. Write a multiplication equation using x to stand for the number of rows to illustrate Eugene's tiling.

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2) Ruth set up a banquet hall with four rectangular TVs. These rectangles represent the screens (in feet).
 (A) (B) (C) (D)

Part A
Identify two screens with the same area. Explain how you know that the areas are equal.
Part B
Ruth then pushed together two TVs to make a larger screen, as shown. Ruth's friend, Aaron said that Ruth should find the area by multiplying 6 × (4 + 3). Meanwhile, Ruth's friend, Floyd said that Ruth should find the area by doing 6 × 4 + 6 × 3 instead. Find the area of the new, larger screen, in square feet and then explain why both Aaron and expressions are both correct.
3) Susan set up a hangout with four rectangular monitors. These rectangles represent the screens (in feet).
 (A) (B) (C) (D)

Part A
Identify two screens with the same area. Explain how you know that the areas are equal.
Part B
Susan then pushed together two monitors to make a larger screen, as shown. Susan's friend, Walter said that Susan should find the area by multiplying 5 × (3 + 2). Meanwhile, Susan's friend, Kenny said that Susan should find the area by doing 5 × 3 + 5 × 2 instead. Find the area of the new, larger screen, in square feet and then explain why both Walter and expressions are both correct.

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4)
Ms. Fiona decided to make a word wall of all the vocabulary learned by students in 3 different classrooms. Each word was put in a square piece of paper, and illustrated by the students.
Class A decorated 12 words.
Class B decorated 13 words.
Class C decorated 17 words.
Part A
How many vocabulary words did all three classes decorate together?
Part B
The grid shows how much wall space Ms. Fiona can use to hang the words. Use the grid to create a rectangular array showing how Ms. Fiona might arrange the words on the wall.

Part C
Peter created a rectangular array showing how to place 36 words on the wall. Peter placed 6 tiles in each row. Write a multiplication equation using x to stand for the number of rows to illustrate Peter's tiling.