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draw a 5cm x 5cm grid in your homework book. your task is to break the grid up into rectangles of the correct size. your grid must contain 6 x 2cm rectangles, 3 x 3cm rectangles and 1 x 4cm rectangle (or square) how do i do this??

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    It is impossible to have a 6x2 rectangle on a 5x5 grid.

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    it is impossible

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