By splitting a rectangle into equal parts, scholars can see area as well as calculate it. First, they determine the area of a rectangle given its side lengths. Then, they use the space provided to segment it into four equal parts, labeling the side measurements of each. They calculate the area again, discovering that it is the same. There are three problems to solve.

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