Squares are actually also rectangles so you could make 8 rectangles without touching any of the squares. However, if you could cut the squares, that would be a different problem....
Assuming the 12 squares are the same size, three. And three more if you count different orientations (swapping length and breadth) as different rectangles.
You could make 5 rectangles with 10 squares
204 squares and 1,296 rectangles. That's a total of 1,296 rectangles and squares because squares are rectangles.
You need 4 rectangles and two squares * * * * * No, you do not need to have squares: there can be six rectangles - as in a brick shape.
9 (six rectangles = three squares)
There are many different quadrilaterals such as squares, trapezoids, rectangles, rhombus and parallelogram.
cube's are consisted of squares, so none.but it takes 6 squares to make up a cube.
two, squares and rectangles
Rectangles and squares both have 4 corners.
As many as you want.
There are no squares on a soccer field. There are, however, rectangles.
3 or 6, depending on whether rectangles rotated through 90 degrees are counted as different. The rectangles are 1x12, 2x6 3x4 and their rotated versions: 4x3, 6x2 and 12x1.
Just four rectangles comprise 64 squares of the same size: 1X64, 2X32, 4X16, and 8X8.
There are three pairs of rectangles which might all be of different sizes. There could be only two shapes: four identical rectangles and two squares.