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Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures

Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
Dream Game Room- Additive Property of Area using Composite Figures
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This activity is extremely rigorous, relevant, and engaging.

Students will design their own game room. Their game room has to have the area of 60. There are multiple ways to get that area, so students must use the additive property of area to combine the area of rectangles to see which ones fit together to make a total area of 60.
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