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Yes, for example a 4'x6' and 8'x3' rectangle have the same square units because 4'x6'=24 square feet and 8'x3'=24 square feet, while the perimeter of the 4'x6' rectangle is 20' the perimeter of the 8'x3' rectangle is 22'

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Thee different rectangles with an area of 12 square units are 3 by 4, 2 by 6 and 1 by 12.

2 by 6 1 by 6

area = 144 square units perimeter = 48 units

1 x 5 2 x 4 3 x 3

A right angled triangle with sides 3,4 and 5 units and a square with each side = 3 units.

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Thee different rectangles with an area of 12 square units are 3 by 4, 2 by 6 and 1 by 12.

2 by 6 1 by 6

area = 144 square units perimeter = 48 units

The following rectangles all have perimeters of 12: 1 by 5 1.2 by 4.8 1.4 by 4.6 1.6 by 4.4 1.8 by 4.2 2 by 4 2.3 by 3.7 2.5 by 3.5 2.8 by 3.2 3 by 3 There are an infinite number more.

Squares are rectangles. Draw a 2 unit square.

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Area of a rectangle in square units = length*width

Infinitely many.

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.

1 x 5 2 x 4 3 x 3

perimeters will always be length so we have units of lenght such as mm, inch, feet etc. NOT area, so no square feet or square yards etc.

A right angled triangle with sides 3,4 and 5 units and a square with each side = 3 units.

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