# PARCC Math Practice (Grade 3)

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## PARCC Math Practice

Tucker and Avery are building four raised boxes for their garden. The table shows the length and width of each raised box.

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Box | Length | Width |

A | 4 feet | 3 feet |

B | 5 feet | 4 feet |

C | 4 feet | 4 feet |

D | 6 feet | 2 feet |

1.

Identify TWO raised garden boxes with the same area, and explain how you know

that the areas are equal.

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that the areas are equal.

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2.

The grids show garden boxes B and C next to each other. Each small box equals 1 square foot. Garden boxes B and C are placed end to end to make a new, larger garden box.

Tucker uses the expression [math](4xx5) + (4xx4)[/math] to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

Avery uses the expression [math]4xx(5 + 4)[/math] to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

[math]*[/math]Find the total area, in square feet, of the new, larger garden box.

[math]*[/math]Use the grids to explain why both Tucker's expression and Avery's expression are correct.

Enter your answer and your explanation in the space provided.

Tucker uses the expression [math](4xx5) + (4xx4)[/math] to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

Avery uses the expression [math]4xx(5 + 4)[/math] to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

[math]*[/math]Find the total area, in square feet, of the new, larger garden box.

[math]*[/math]Use the grids to explain why both Tucker's expression and Avery's expression are correct.

Enter your answer and your explanation in the space provided.

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