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the 4X4 square represents 1/4 of a whole shape. create three possible whole shapes. justify how u know that each new shape is one whole.

a larger square put 4 4x4s together
rectangle  stack 2 ontop of each other
im not sure about another but i have 2 
A 8 x 8 square made of four 4x4 squares would be one shape. So would an Lshaped figure with legs of two 4x4 and three 4x4 squares (sharing one square), or a Tshaped figure (3 squares connected to 2 at them middle, sharing one square). Try to draw them from my description. They are all whole shapes.

A narrow rectangle with FOUR 4x4 squares on top of one another is another example
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