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# How many rectangles could you make with 10 squares?

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Squares are actually also rectangles so you could make 8 rectangles without touching any of the squares. However, if you could cut the squares, that would be a different problem....

You need 4 rectangles and two squares * * * * * No, you do not need to have squares: there can be six rectangles - as in a brick shape.

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None. There are 64 squares on a chess board.

6 shapes. There are the 4 long rectangles and 2 squares or smaller rectangles.

All numbers equal to or less than 40.Very many:(One 40 *1 rectangle, two rectangles in 20 ways, three rectangles in a whole bunch of ways , etc) If all the squares are to be used and the rectangles are outlines (not filled) then five19 * 317 * 515 * 713 * 911 * 11If all the squares are to make a single unbroken and completely filled rectangle and the orientation of the rectangle does not matter then you can make four:40*120*210*48*5

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Assuming you are asking for the movement squares and not the board or any combo of the movent squares, 49.

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