**Question 1:**The area of a square is 4 cm2. What is the length of a side?

**Question 2:**(Draw the shape on a whiteboard to help you solve the answer) A small square is located inside a bigger square. The length of one side of the small square is 3 cm and the length of one side of the big square is 7 cm

What is the area of the region located outside the small square, but inside the big square?

**Question 3:**A piece of copper wire that is 42cm long is bent into the shape of a rectangle whose width is twice its length. Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

**You'll often encounter word problems where two of the values in one of these formulas are given, and you're required to find the third. Try the question below.**

**Question 4:**A rectangular city block is divided into 56 square plots of equal size. If there are 14 plots along the length of the block, how many plots are there along the width of the block?

**Below is an area problem involving the formula for a triangle. Since it's a right triangle, one leg can be considered as the base, and the other as the height.**

**Question 5:**Carlos is surveying a plot of land in the shape of a right triangle. The area of the land is 45,000 square meters. If one leg of the triangular plot is 180 meters long, what is the other leg of the triangle?

**Below is a question that involves converting between different units of measure.**

**Question 6:**A classroom has a length of 20 m and a width of 30 m. The headmaster decided that tiles will look good in that class. If each tile has a length of 20 cm and a width of 20 cm, how many tiles will need to be ordered to fill the classroom?

## Extension:

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