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Jacob, Jon, and Amanda were building a rectangular snow wall one block thick. They made 24 blocks of snow and couldn't decide what the dimensions should be. Give them a list of the different size walls, using whole blocks.
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Factor pairs.

Each wall is 1 block thick, then the remaining dimensions are:

  • 1 block x 24 blocks;
  • 2 blocks x 12 blocks;
  • 3 blocks x 8 blocks;
  • 4 blocks x 6 blocks

 

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