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Tiesha Johnson

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Same Area Different Perimeter

In the example, there are two different shapes. The shapes have the same area but different perimeter. Both shapes have an area of 15 square inches. Figure A has a perimeter of 20 inches Figure B has a perimeter of 16 inches. Use square inch tiles to make two different shapes that have the same area but different perimeter. the photo to Then use the to explain how the shapes have the same area but different perimeter.

3rd Grade, Math
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