Math Grade 3 Quiz Measuring Areas by Counting Unit Squares – 3.MD.C.6
This standard emphasizes the method of determining the area of a shape by counting unit squares. The unit squares can be in different standard measures like square centimeters (cm²), square meters (m²), square inches (in²), and square feet (ft²). This approach provides students with a tangible method to visualize and understand the concept of area and its measurement.
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If a rectangle is covered by 25 unit squares, what is its area?
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A square playground is 100 square m. What is the area of the playground?
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What unit is used for measuring the area of a small notebook page?
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If a triangular garden has 15 square ft of grass, what is its area?
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Which of the following is a standard unit for measuring area?
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A rectangular room has 120 tiles, and each tile is 1 square ft. What is the area of the room?
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Why do we use unit squares to measure area?
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What does it mean if a park has an area of 500 square m?
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If a square piece of land is covered by 49 square in, what is its area?
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Question 10 of 10
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When counting unit squares to determine area, what should you ensure?
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