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Extending Great Squares

Age 7 to 11 Challenge Level:
The activity is intended to extend Grrrreat Squares for those who need/want something much more challenging.

Choose one or more of the following five sets of pictures and explore them further for number patterns, area implications, trigonometrical facts and predictions.