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The purple squares can be represented by 1+2+3+4+5+6 and can be visually seen by finding half the area of the rectangle above. (6 x 7)/2.\

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Read more here:\’a0https://brilliant.org/wiki/sum-of-n-n2-or-n3/\’a0

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The purple squares can be represented by 1+2+3+4+5+6 and can be visually seen by finding half the area of the rectangle above. (6 x 7)/2.\

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Read more here:\’a0https://brilliant.org/wiki/sum-of-n-n2-or-n3/\’a0

- Jars & Tops
- Similar Shapes

Do we also count larger squares comprised of 4 or 9 smaller squares? ðŸ™‚

That sounds like a great idea.