1. Multiply the length of a rectangle by its width to find its area. For example, if a rectangle has a length of 7 feet and a width of 4 feet, its area is 28 square feet. 2. Divide
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Probably prime factorisation: finding two very large prime factors of an even larger composite.
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What Area are you looking for? Triangles, Circles? Thanks,
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You could try finding a standardized test where the scores are substantially correlated with middleschool geometry and look at the distribution of students' results. Of course,
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