Unit 4: Area

Lesson 6

Find the area of a rectangle through multiplication of the side lengths.

a. The tick marks on the sides of the rectangle below are 1 unit apart.

What is the area in square units? Show or explain how you know.

b. The top side of this rectangle is marked off in unit lengths. The left side is labeled with the length in units.

What is the area in square units? Show or explain how you know.

a. Write a multiplication expression that represents the area of the following figure. Then find its area.

b. Frederick draws another rectangle with the same area. What might the length and width of Frederick's rectangle be?

a. The area of the rectangle below is 42 square units. Find the missing side length.

b. Explain how you can use either multiplication or division to solve Part (a).

A rectangle has the measurements shown. Select the three ways to calculate the area of the rectangle in square units.

A. 3 × 3

B. 8 × 8

C. 3 × 8

D. 8 × 3

E. 3 + 3 + 3

F. 8 + 8 + 8

Find the side length of the rectangle below.

During a school fundraiser, Habib sells 8 half-year magazine subscriptions of 6 magazines each. Habib sold 27 fewer magazines than Habib. How many magazines did Ebru sell?