# Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Use Multiplication to Find Area of a Rectangle: CCSS.Math.Content.3.MD.C.7a

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #2 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #3 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #4 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #5 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #6 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #7 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #8 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #9 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

### Example Question #10 : Use Multiplication To Find Area Of A Rectangle: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.7a

What is the area of the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can find the area by counting the squares within the rectangle. There are  squares.

We can also multiply the length and the width to find the area.

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

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