How many equal parts are in the green circle?
How much is each part of the whole circle?
How many parts are in the square?
Are these parts the same size? Explain.
Yes. You get 4 parts that are the same size if you cut the square in 2 equal parts and then cut each of those into 2 equal parts.
How much is 1 part of the whole square?
How many equal parts are in the pink circle? How much of the whole is each of these parts?
3 equal parts. Each part is 1 third.
How is the purple rectangle partitioned?
Into rows and columns.
How many small squares make up the rectangle?
Are they the same size? How could you tell?
Yes. Possible response: Cut along the lines. Then slide the squares over each other to see if they are all the same size.
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