Rectangular Relations

 teachMathematics: Rectangular Relations

This activity tests your spatial awareness and ability to experiment! The area of all 2D shapes can, eventually, be related back to a rectangle, so if you know how to find the area of a rectangle, you can work out how to find the area of any other 2D shape! This activity focuses on finding the relationship between trapeziums (trapezoids), parallelograms and the rectangle. Can you fit the two trapeziums into...


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