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A farmer bought 16 meters of fencing. He wants to build a rectangular area for his baby chicks. How could the farmer build a fenced in area using all of the fencing, but creating the largest area for his chicks?
Using graph paper, cut out, glue and label all the possible solutions. Clearly label the perimeter and area of each shape.

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