Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
4.E2.5 use the row and column structure of an array to measure the areas of rectangles and to show that the area of any rectangle can be found by multiplying its side lengths.
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1. How many square units is the rectangle below?
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2. How many square units is the rectangle below?
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3. The rectangle below has an area of 24 square units.
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4. How many square units is the rectangle below?

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5. How many square units is the rectangle below?
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6. The rectangle below has an area of 13 square units.
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7. How many square units is the rectangle below?

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8. How many square units is the rectangle below?

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9. How many square units is the rectangle below?
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10. How many square units is the rectangle below?

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