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What Does it Look Like?

Unit 10: Exploring Area & Perimeter
Lesson 13 of 16

Objective: SWBAT draw the rectangle represented by various area and perimeter formulas and equations.

Big Idea: The numbers and variable in the equations and formulas represent the structure of the figure.

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Math, perimeter (Determining Measurements), modeling, Geometry, areas, formulas, area of rectangle, equation
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