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# PARCC Math Practice (Grade 3)

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## PARCC Math Practice

Tucker and Avery are building four raised boxes for their garden. The table shows the length and width of each raised box.
Garden Boxes
BoxLengthWidth
A4 feet3 feet
B5 feet4 feet
C4 feet4 feet
D6 feet2 feet
1.
Identify TWO raised garden boxes with the same area, and explain how you know
that the areas are equal.

2.
The grids show garden boxes B and C next to each other. Each small box equals 1 square foot. Garden boxes B and C are placed end to end to make a new, larger garden box.

Tucker uses the expression $(4xx5) + (4xx4)$ to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

Avery uses the expression $4xx(5 + 4)$ to find the area of the new, larger garden box.

$*$Find the total area, in square feet, of the new, larger garden box.
$*$Use the grids to explain why both Tucker's expression and Avery's expression are correct.

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