20 Questions
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Questions and Answers

- 1.How can you tell the area of the rectangle below?
- A.
By counting the square units inside it

- B.
By counting the square units on the left side

- C.
Through counting the square units on the upper part

- D.
By adding all the square units in all sides

- 2.Which of the following can visually let you know the square units of a square?
- A.
Count all the square units that you can see in the square.

- B.
By counting the squares in the right and left side.

- C.
You can count some of the square units

- D.
Through counting one side vertically and one side horizontally

- 3.Which of the following tells how to get the area of a rectangle and a square?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 4.How do we solve problems with the area of a rectangle?
- A.
Add the length and the width. If the length is unknown, multiply it twice.

- B.
Multiply the width by itself. If the length is unknown, add the area to the width.

- C.
Multiply the length and the width. Divide the area to the length or the width if one of it is unknown.

- D.
Divide the area with the length or width to get the missing side of the area.

- 5.What is the total number of square units of this rectangle?
- A.
3

- B.
4

- C.
10

- D.
12

- 6.How many square units does this square have?
- A.
20

- B.
25

- C.
26

- D.
22

- 7.Which of the figures show how to get the area of a square and a rectangle?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 8.If Timmy wants to get the area of a square, which of the following can let him get the answer?
- A.
Timmy can multiply one side of the square four times to get itâ€™s area.

- B.
To have the area, he can add all the sides of the square.

- C.
Timmy must multiply one side of the square twice to have the area of a square.

- D.
He can add the length and width of the square to get the answer.

- 9.The area of the rectangle is 12 units; the length is 6. Which shows the area correctly?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 10.If the side of a square table is 4 units what is the area?
- A.
12

- B.
16

- C.
24

- D.
32

- 11.What is the area of the square and rectangle?
- A.
16 cm.2 and 24 cm.2

- B.
12 cm.2 and 10 cm.2

- C.
24 cm.2 and 16 cm.2

- D.
10 cm.2 and 12cm.2

- 12.Mrs. Lara bought a piece of land which is 30 m long and 15 m wide. What is the area of the land she bought?
- A.
400 sq. m.

- B.
410 sq. m.

- C.
450 sq. m.

- D.
430 sq. m.

- 13.In your mind try to draw out lines to make square units as the numbers tell. What is the area of the blackboard?
- A.
20

- B.
21

- C.
28

- D.
23

- 14.The side of a square handkerchief is 8 units. Which of the following correctly displays the area of the handkerchief?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 15.The square house of Mr. Cruz measures 10 m long and his rectangular yard is 12 m in length and 11 m in width. What are the area of the house and the yard?
- A.
120 sq. m and 130 sq. m.

- B.
100 sq. m and 132 sq. m.

- C.
110 sq. m and 142 sq. m.

- D.
140 sq. m and 152 sq. m.

- 16.A side of the square is 2 m. What is the area of the table?
- A.
8m.

^{2} - B.
4m.

^{2} - C.
9 m.

^{2} - D.
6 m.

^{2}

- 17.Mr. Cruz has a garden on his backyard. Its area is 10 square units. Which of the following can show the area of his garden when the square units are drawn?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 18.Ana bought a birthday square cake for her mother. If the cake has an area of 2500 cm
^{2}. What is the side of the cake?- A.
40 cm.

- B.
50 cm.

- C.
60 cm.

- D.
70 cm.

- 19.The area of the park is 200 sq. units. If the width is 10 units, what is the length?
- A.
30 units

- B.
10 units

- C.
20 units

- D.
40 units

- 20.Lara's vegetable garden is 20 sq. m. Her neighbor, Catherine; has a vegetable garden next to her that is 33s. q m. The two neighbors decided to join the two gardens, what is the area of both vegetable gardens when combined?
- A.
43 sq.m.

- B.
66 sq.m.

- C.
63 s.q m.

- D.
53 s.q m.

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