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Ok since it's the holiday i can't exactly go to a teacher for advice so I thought the next best thing was to query here.

Opposite corners; this is where for example on a 10 x 10 grid you select a small square (e.g. 2 x 2) then work out the difference for a variety of squares until you come up with a rule algebraically.

I have found the rule for squares which is (n-1)² x 10 (n being the small you want to find and 10 being the size grid you are using) so I can now find any difference of any small square and any size grid.

That was worked out as i plotted the results into a table as shown below:

Size of Small Square | Difference

2 x 2 10 1 x 10 1² x 10

3 x 3 40 4 x 10 2² x 10

4 x 4 90 9 x 10 3² x 10

Then noticed that the third column are all square numbers.

I then had to go on to look at rectangles to look find a rule as well but I am struggling to do so. I have used a variety of rectangles on a 10 x 10 scale and plotted them into a table as shown below:

Size of Small Square Difference

2 x 3 20

2 x 4 30

3 x 4 60

4 x 5 120

Although now i'm confused because I work out anything from here

Can somebody help me please It's coming to desperate measures!

Opposite corners; this is where for example on a 10 x 10 grid you select a small square (e.g. 2 x 2) then work out the difference for a variety of squares until you come up with a rule algebraically.

I have found the rule for squares which is (n-1)² x 10 (n being the small you want to find and 10 being the size grid you are using) so I can now find any difference of any small square and any size grid.

That was worked out as i plotted the results into a table as shown below:

Size of Small Square | Difference

2 x 2 10 1 x 10 1² x 10

3 x 3 40 4 x 10 2² x 10

4 x 4 90 9 x 10 3² x 10

Then noticed that the third column are all square numbers.

I then had to go on to look at rectangles to look find a rule as well but I am struggling to do so. I have used a variety of rectangles on a 10 x 10 scale and plotted them into a table as shown below:

Size of Small Square Difference

2 x 3 20

2 x 4 30

3 x 4 60

4 x 5 120

Although now i'm confused because I work out anything from here

Can somebody help me please It's coming to desperate measures!

ok i have found out the rule for 10 x 10 squares for rectangles.. which is 10(L-1)(w-1)

Although i didn't know how i came to this conclusion and i was wondering if you could give me some advice needs to be handed in on monday.

i found these out:

size - - difference

2 x 3 - - 20

2 x 4 - - 30

3 x 4 - - 60

4 x 5 - - 120

and that 2 x 3 = same difference as 3 x 2 etc

any help would be very nice!

Although i didn't know how i came to this conclusion and i was wondering if you could give me some advice needs to be handed in on monday.

i found these out:

size - - difference

2 x 3 - - 20

2 x 4 - - 30

3 x 4 - - 60

4 x 5 - - 120

and that 2 x 3 = same difference as 3 x 2 etc

any help would be very nice!

siliviax

ok i have found out the rule for 10 x 10 squares for rectangles.. which is 10(L-1)(w-1)

Although i didn't know how i came to this conclusion and i was wondering if you could give me some advice needs to be handed in on monday.

i found these out:

size - - difference

2 x 3 - - 20

2 x 4 - - 30

3 x 4 - - 60

4 x 5 - - 120

and that 2 x 3 = same difference as 3 x 2 etc

any help would be very nice!

Although i didn't know how i came to this conclusion and i was wondering if you could give me some advice needs to be handed in on monday.

i found these out:

size - - difference

2 x 3 - - 20

2 x 4 - - 30

3 x 4 - - 60

4 x 5 - - 120

and that 2 x 3 = same difference as 3 x 2 etc

any help would be very nice!

i don't understand what ur asking,u'v proved the formula!!

eg 10(2-1)(3-1)=20

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