

1.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 12 square
units?


2.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 16 square
units?


3.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 24 square
units?


4.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 36 square
units?


5.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 48 square
units?


6.

How many different rectangles can you make that have an area of 23 square
units?


7.

Garret can choose 3 different ice cream flavours: chocolate, vanilla and
strawberry. He can also choose 3 different cones: waffle, regular or sugar. How many different
combinations can Garret make by choosing one cone and one ice cream flavour?


8.

Mavis has 4 different pairs of jeans and 6 different shirts. How many different
outfits can Mavis make by choosing one pair of jeans and one shirt?


9.

Carmen has 2 different coins in her pocket. How many possible combinations of
coins can she have if the total amount of money she has is less than $0.40?


10.

If Cory had a spinner with the numbers from 18 and a coin in his pocket, how
many different combinations could he make if he flipped the coin and spun the spinner?
