# 25084

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Area of rectangles and squares
Find the area of this rectangle
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To find the area of a rectangle
or square, we multiply
length (l) by width (w).
(w)
(l)
Area = 800 in.2
32 in.
25 in.
32
x 25
1
1 60
+ 640
800 in.2
Find the area of these rectangles and squares.
You may need to do your work on a separate sheet.
95 ft
84 in.
42 in.
21 in.
36 ft
84 in.
ft2≤
in.2
in.2
41 ft
77 mm
68 mm
87 ft
ft2
83 mm
49 mm
mm2
mm2
99 in.
69 in.
39 in.
99 in.
85 in.
in.2
83 in.
in.2
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in.2≤
8
0
2
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3
1
3
6
4
0
9
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1
(w)
32
x 25
1
1 60
+ 640
800 in.2
25 in.
(l)
800 in.2
32 in.
7
2
1
To find the area of a rectangle
or square, we multiply
length (l) by width (w).
Area =
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Area of rectangles and squares
Find the area of this rectangle
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7
6
Find the area of these rectangles and squares.
You may need to do your work on a separate sheet.
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1
95 ft
84 in.
3
42 in.
882
36 ft
84 in.
9
3,420 ft2≤
7,056 in.2
in.2
5
21 in.
41 ft
77 mm
68 mm
87 ft
4
9
3,567 ft2
49 mm
83 mm
3,332 mm2
6,391 mm2
2
3
99 in.
69 in.
39 in.
85 in.
2
8
2
9,801 in.
3,315 in.
5,727 in. ≤
2
2
6
83 in.
23
2
7
3
99 in.
5
9
7
2
9
0
1
3
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For the exercises on this page, children need to multiply the two6sides together to
arrive at the area. If any answers are wrong, check the long multiplication, and
if necessary, revise the method. Children may confuse area and perimeter, and add
the sides together.
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