Math Grade 3 Quiz Finding the Area of a Rectangle Using Tiling – 3.MD.C.7.A
This standard focuses on finding the area of a rectangle by covering it completely with unit squares (tiling). Students should understand that the area found by tiling is equivalent to the result obtained by multiplying the side lengths of the rectangle. This introduces the concept of area as a product of lengths and gives students a tangible method to visualize the formula for the area of a rectangle.
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If a rectangle is covered by 20 unit squares and has a width of 5 unit squares, what is its length?
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Which formula can be used to find the area of a rectangle?
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How many unit squares are needed to cover a rectangle with a length of 4 units and a width of 3 units?
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What is the area of a square that has a side length of 6 units?
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A rectangle has an area of 35 square units and a width of 5 units. What is its length?
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If the area of a rectangle is 48 square units and its length is 8 units, what is its width?
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Tiling a rectangle with unit squares helps students understand the concept of:
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A rectangle that has been tiled with 45 unit squares and has a length of 9 unit squares will have a width of:
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The process of tiling a rectangle with unit squares shows that area is equivalent to:
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Why is the area of a rectangle the same when found by tiling and by multiplying its side lengths?
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