US Common Core State Standard Math 3.G.A.2
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Description of Standard: Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a unit fraction of the whole. For example, partition a shape into 4 parts with equal area, and describe the area of each part as 1/4 of the area of the shape.

 Two Hinged Dissections of a Greek Cross to a Square Hinged Dissection of Squares Hinged Dissection of Four Hexagons into One Another Triangle into Hexagram Dissection Hinged Dissection of an Equilateral Triangle into Two Hexagons Hinged Dissection of an Equilateral Triangle into a Hexagram Two Hinged Dissections Dissecting a Hexagon into Four Smaller Hexagons Hinged Dissections: From Equilateral Triangle to Square Equilateral Triangle to Square Dissecting an N-gram into Two Smaller N-grams Lindgren's Dissection of an Octagram into an Octagon Lindgren's Dissection of One Octagram {8/3} into Two Lindgren's Dissection of One Octagram into Two Lindgren's Dissection of One Decagram {10/3} into Two Pentagrams {5/2} Dissecting a Dodecagram into Two Hexagrams Dissecting a Dodecagram {12/2} into a Hexagram {6/2} Lindgren's Dissection of a Pentagram into a Decagon Dissecting a Hexagram into Three Hexagrams Dissecting a Dodecagram into a Triangle

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