For this assignment I want you to use GeoGebra to draw three pairs of squares and/or rectangles that are different sizes, but have the same area and perimeter. You will need to come up with your own coordinates, find the lenght & width, and solve for the area and perimeter. 3 pairs of shapes means you will have 6 shapes, but you will only be comparing 2 at a time.
Once you have drawn and calculated the area and perimeter click "abc" at the top, click in one of the shapes, and put your length, width, area, and perimeter in each shape.
Below is an example I made: