Step: 1

Length = 11 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 2 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 11 × 2 = 22

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the rectangle is 22 square units.

Correct Answer is : 22 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 5 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 4 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 5 × 4 = 20

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the rectangle is 20 square units.

Correct Answer is : 20 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 9 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 7 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 9 × 7 = 63

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the shaded rectangle is 63 square units.

Correct Answer is : 63 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 8 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 2 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 8 × 2 = 16

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the rectangle is 16 square units.

Correct Answer is : 16 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 7 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 5 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 7 × 5 = 35

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the rectangle is 35 square units.

Correct Answer is : 35 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 9 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 4 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 9 × 4 = 36

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the shaded rectangle is 36 square units.

Correct Answer is : 36 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 9 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 5 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 9 × 5 = 45

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the shaded rectangle is 45 square units.

Correct Answer is : 45 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 16 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 3 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 16 × 3 = 48

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the rectangle is 48 square units.

Correct Answer is : 48 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 13 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 3 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 13 × 3 = 39

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the shaded rectangle is 39 square units.

Correct Answer is : 39 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 13 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 6 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 13 × 6 = 78

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the shaded rectangle is 78 square units.

Correct Answer is : 78 sq units

Step: 1

Length = 11 units

[Count the number of squares length wise.]

Step: 2

Width = 4 units

[Count the number of squares width wise.]

Step: 3

Area = length × width = 11 × 4 = 44

Step: 4

Therefore, area of the unshaded rectangle is 44 square units.

Correct Answer is : 44 sq units

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