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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 AHow many vocabulary words did all three classes decorate together? Part BThe 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 CEugene 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. By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet |
2) | Ruth set up a banquet hall with four rectangular TVs. These rectangles represent the screens (in feet).
Part AIdentify two screens with the same area. Explain how you know that the areas are equal. Part BRuth 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 | ||||||||||

3) | Susan set up a hangout with four rectangular monitors. These rectangles represent the screens (in feet).
Part AIdentify two screens with the same area. Explain how you know that the areas are equal. Part BSusan 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 By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet By Easy Worksheet |
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 AHow many vocabulary words did all three classes decorate together? Part BThe 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 CPeter 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. |

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