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how many different rectangles have an area of 5 square units?

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    many millions of them.

    here is one: L=.000001 W=5000000

    Here is another: 1 x 5

    Here is another: 2500 x .002

    I will leave the other billion to you.

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    4 because those are the shapes you can put 5 units in to

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