You divide it into parts of 1.2by4
divide the rectangle into 5 equal parts. Shade two of those parts.
Divide 3 inches in 5 equal parts
In complete sentnces, explain why you can cut the rectangles into different shapes and still have four equal parts.
Divide the longer edge (or shorter one, for that matter) by 5, mark the 4 spots along the edge going by the answer of your division, and there you have it.
Like this : Draw a Rectangle , Divide the rectangle into 5 even parts. Shade 4 of the 5 parts. Thats it.
12.5 ÷ 5 = 2.5
Select any one side. Divide its length into 5 equal parts. Do the same to the opposite side. Join the corresponding divisions. You will then have 5 equal rectangular divisions of the square.
Try 105/5 = 21
I'm fairly certain that this cannot be done.
5*20 cm = 1 meter
Divide the square into five strips.
(4/5) / 3 = 4/15
The number of degrees in one complete revolution of a radius is 360°. Therefore the number of degrees covered in 1/5 of a revolution is 72° . To divide a circle into 5 equal parts create 5 sectors each measuring 72° at the centre of the circle.
Make each part exactly 3.2 inches long.
If you have 2 apples. you divide the first into 5 equal parts, the second apple you divide into 2 equal parts. Which is greater? One piece from the first apple? or one piece from the second apple? 1/2 is the greater. regards.
If you divide one inch into 8 equal parts then 5/8 of an inch is the length of 5 of those parts added together, that is 0.625 of an inch, or 15.875 millimeters.
You can draw 10 equal rectangular parts to draw a square. First, draw a square. Then, split into ten equal portions with the dimension either 2 by 5 or 5 by 2. You cannot draw a square with 10 equal squared parts since 10 is not the perfect square. If we don't have the perfect square number of the equal parts, then we are not able to form a square. Actually, you obtain a rectangle.
Divide the base of the triangle into five equal lengths. Draw lines from the opposite vertex to each of these dividing points. The triangle will be divided into five parts, each with the same area. The base is 1/5 of the original base, and they all have the same height - the same as in the original triangle.
Use a ruler marked with tenths of an inch. One and eight-tenths per part.