Partitioning Rectangles with Geoboard

Create a rectangle that is 5 squares wide and 4 squares high. Partitioning means to separate into equal parts. The rectangle can be partitioned into 5 equal columns (columns run up and down) and 4 equal rows (rows run left and right). Each column has 4 squares and each row has 5 squares. There are 20 squares in total.

Partitioning Rectangles using the Brainingcamp Geoboard virtual manipulative.

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