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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 2 Answer Key Chapter 12 Lesson 8 Area

**Explore and Explain**

**Teacher Directions:** Use color tiles to cover each shape. Draw lines to show how the squares fit together to make the shape. Write how many tiles you used.

Answer:

**See and Show**

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares. You can count the squares to describe its size.

**Count the squares. Write how many squares make each rectangle.**

Question 1.

______________ squares

Answer:

10 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 10 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 2.

______________ squares

Answer:

15 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 15 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 3.

______________ squares

Answer:

16 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 16 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 4.

______________ squares

Answer:

12 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 12 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 5.

______________ squares

Answer:

12 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 12 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 6.

______________ squares

Answer:

9 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 9 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

**Talk Math** Explain how you would partition a rectangle into 6 equal-sized squares.

Answer:

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 6 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

**On My Own**

**Count the squares. Write how many squares make each rectangle.**

Question 7.

______________ squares

Answer:

12 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 8.

______________ squares

Answer:

6 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 6 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

**Use color tiles to cover each rectangle. Write how many tiles were used.**

Question 9.

______________ tiles

Answer:

15 tiles

Explanation:

There are 5 red tiles, 5 green tiles and 5 yellow tiles

5 + 5 + 5 = 15

so, there are 15 tiles.

Question 10.

______________ tiles

Answer:

Explanation:

There are 7 red tiles, 5 green tiles and 6 blue tiles

7 + 5 + 6 = 18

so, there are 18 tiles.

**Problem Solving**

**Draw a picture to solve.**

Question 11.

Addison and Corin each have a group of dominoes. Addison places 4 dominoes in each row. She made 5 rows. Corin places 5 dominoes in each row. She made 3 rows. Who has more dominoes?

Answer:

AddisonÂ has more Dominos

Explanation:

To know the total we have to multiply rows x columns

4 x 5 = 20 by Addison

5 x 3 = 15 by Corin

Question 12.

Larry was placing crackers on a tray. The tray held 4 rows of crackers. There were 16 crackers on the plate in all. How many crackers were in each column?

_____________ crackers

Answer:

4 crackers

Explanation:

To know the total we have to multiply rows x columns

Let n be the number of columns

n = 16 divided by 4

n = 4

16 = 4 x n

**Write Math** Explain two ways to partition a rectangle into 4 equal parts.

Answer:

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 2 Chapter 12 Lesson 8 My Homework Answer Key

**Practice**

**Count the squares. Write how many squares make each rectangle.**

Question 1.

_____________ squares

Answer:

12 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 12 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 2.

_____________ squares

Answer:

10 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 10 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 3.

_____________ squares

Answer:

6 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 6 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 4.

_____________ squares

Answer:

15 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 15 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 5.

_____________ squares

Answer:

4 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 4 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 6.

_____________ squares

Answer:

12 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 12 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

Question 7.

_____________ squares

Answer:

8 squares

Explanation:

The rectangle is divided into 8 squares

Rectangles can be partitioned into equal-sized squares.

we can count the squares to describe its size.

**Draw a picture to solve**

Question 8.

Jan is earring a rectangular pan of brownies. She cut Them in a half and then cut each of those halves in half again She dia The same thing going the other direction. How many brownies does she have?

_____________ brownies

Answer:

8 brownies

Explanation:

She cut Them in a half and then cut each of those halves in half again

She did The same thing going the other direction

2 + 2 = 4

4 + 4 = 8

so, there are 8 brownies.

**Test Practice**

Question 9.

Choose the rectangle below that is partitioned using the greatest number of squares.

Answer:

The first rectangle has 15 squares

The second rectangle has 14 squares

The third rectangle has 16 squares

The fourth rectangle 12 squares

**Math at Home** Find an opportunity to have your child help you determine how to cut something you are going to serve such as a casserole, brownies, cake, or rice treats. Together determine how many equal pieces you want and how to cut it.

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