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How do I work out the area of a rectangle

ok. Well think about a square. What times what creates the area of a square? Yes the bottom one and side on. So which do you think will be useful to know to find the area of a rectangle? Yes the same! So the area of this shape is 4x9 and what is that? Yes it is 36! So the answer is 36cm^3 

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