The problem here is that your example locations of the dividers do NOT divide the rectangle into equal areas. You have not stated the rationale for how you have divided it. To divide a line of length 40 into equal parts using two dividers, you would choose locations of 13 and 27 (to the nearest integer). - Matthew Watson Jun 23 '16 at 9:31The obtained outer circle is divided into N equal parts each of area π. Now, from this pattern, it is possible to start a set of variations on circular area division, because the nested circles are whole, contrarily to the yin and yang pattern. We may for example start to divide the circle of area 2π into two equal half-circles and shift ...Instead of students completing the dividing shapes into equal parts activity independently, teachers can create collaborative learning groups. Each group can be made up of (2) students. One student can draw the equal parts of each shape and the other can select the... appropriate matching term (e.g. halves, fourths). After students have ...