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Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7b
The area of a rectangle with a base of 4 inches and a height of 5 inches is:
  1. 20 square inches
  2. 9 square inches
  3. 18 square inches
  4. 10 square inches
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7b
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7c
Robert needs to determine the area of his garden. The garden is 12 feet long and 9 feet wide. Which statement explains how Robert can correctly calculate the area of his garden?
  1. Find the sum of 12 and 9
  2. Multiply 1 by 2, multiply 1 by 9, and find the sum of the products
  3. Multiply 1 by 9, multiply 2 by 9, and find the sum of the products.
  4. Multiply 10 by 9, multiply 2 by 9, and find the sum of the products.
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7b
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7a
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.5, 3.MD.C.5a
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