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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 2 cm 25 cm Find area 30 cm²50 cm² 15 cm²25 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 5 cm 11 cm Find perimeter 14 cm66 cm 55 cm32 cm

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 3 cm 5 cm Find area 30 cm²16 cm² 15 cm²20 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 4 cm 6 cm Find perimeter 30 cm40 cm 128 cm20 cm

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 3 cm 10 cm Find area 30 cm²21 cm² 20 cm²10 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 2 cm 12.5 cm Find area 30 cm²50 cm² 15 cm²25 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 2 cm 13 cm Find area 30 cm²26 cm² 30 cm²36 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 1.5 cm 6 cm Find area 18 cm²13 cm² 32 cm²9 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 1.5 cm 12 cm Find area 30 cm²72 cm² 18 cm²36 cm²

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L.O. calculating area and perimeter 7.5 cm 10 cm Find perimeter 55 cm30 cm 15.5 cm35 cm

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L.O. Solving mathematical puzzles and problems Farmer Brown finds some extra fencing. He builds a rectangular enclosure like this…… His daughter, Nita, builds another enclosure with the perimeter of… How much fencing have they used ?

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Mr Brown says to Nita, Thats not right. Your goat has got more grass to eat than mine. Nita replies, That cant be true. Mine cant have more grass because we both used the same amount of fencing. Have both goats got the same amount of grass? Mr Brown and Nita need to find out how to make the rectangle of fencing using 48m so that each of their goats gets the greatest amount of grass possible. Can you help them?

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