Gr. 3 math

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Is the square tan in a tangram congruent to a square pattern block? Explain your thinking.

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    Are you sure this is third grade math? The instructions to "explain your thinking" seems beyond most third graders.

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    Actually that was my thinking too - I was laughing because I am in my 30s and i can't figure it out - how is my son - lol

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