help mr. mcmahan solve an argument he is having with wren. mr. mcmahan says that all rectangles are also considered squares. however, wren argues that the opposite is true, all squares are also considered rectangles. who do you think is correct? who do you think is wrong? explain your answer.i need you to help me make a word problem. the numbers you need to use are 6, 9, and 54. i am counting on you to create the problem and tell me how to solve it.if my product is 36, what are two possible choices of an array you could make? you can either draw your array by using "x"s, or by explaining your array by rows and columns. for example, you could make a 2 x 3 array like this:

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