Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Count Unit Squares: CCSS.Math.Content.3.MD.C.6

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Example Question #1 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

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How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

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Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #2 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

 

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.43.34 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #3 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

 

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.41.06 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #4 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.40.40 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #5 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.39.40 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #6 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.39.32 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #7 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 


Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.38.54 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #8 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

 

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 


Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.37.56 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #9 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 


Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.37.42 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

Example Question #10 : Count Unit Squares: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.6

The rectangle is made up of  by  squares. Use this information to help you solve the problem. 

Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.44.22 am

 

How many square inches make up the area of the shape below? 


Screen shot 2015 09 29 at 10.37.09 am

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area. 

There are  squares within the shape, which means the area is 

*Area is the number of square units inside a shape, which is why area is always written with square units.  

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