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

## Example Questions

### 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.

If each of the small boxes in the figure below measures 1 in by 1 in, what is the area of the entire shape?

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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 #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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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