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Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication

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Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication

Help students understand the relation between addition and multiplication, and the area of objects, with this easy to navigate exercise.

3rd grade

Math

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Area of a Rectangle Using Square Units

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Area of a Rectangle Using Square Units

This exercise will students how to calculate the area of a rectangle with ease using square units.

3rd grade

Math

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Area of a Rectangle

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Area of a Rectangle

This exercise will simplify the process by which students calculate the area of a rectangle.

4th grade

Math

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Area and Unit Fractions

Exercise

Area and Unit Fractions

Students will understand how to calculate the area of an object with unit fractions as its dimensions after completing this exercise.

5th grade

Math

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If your child is studying geometry but stuck on area, give them a hand with these area exercises. Area means the space a shape covers, and it's a little different from the math your student has studied until now. Break a shape down into equal parts for easy understanding, or calculate the numbers in some word problems about area.

Area is a major concept in geometry. But how do you find it? There's a simple equation for the area of every shape, usually something like length times width, and we have area exercises to help you memorize them. Help your student understand how to find area with our area exercises. Area can be tricky to figure out, especially if a shape isn't standard. But learning how to calculate area is rewarding, and can help your student in future math classes and in real life. Area doesn't only sharpen geometry skills -- it's a great way to bone up on multiplication and help students visualize the math they're doing in their head. So even if they're not quite to geometry yet, have them try these area exercises for a challenge. If your child already knows multiplication, finding the area of a shape should be a breeze. Trust the experts from Education.com.