# Two 2D shapes

Decide which shapes have more area:

(a) a square of 8cm side; or

(b) two rectangles with sides 5cm and 15cm?

Write result as 1 or 2 (rectangles)

(a) a square of 8cm side; or

(b) two rectangles with sides 5cm and 15cm?

Write result as 1 or 2 (rectangles)

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