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Harry had a pile of $48$ pennies. He organized them into a rectangular array. It had exactly four rows with $12$ pennies in each row.

Draw diagrams to represent at least two other rectangular arrays Harry could use. Do you think there are more? Explain your thinking.

Harry's penny rectangle

Try dividing $48$ by different numbers. Are any quotients whole numbers?

One possible rectangle is $1$ by $48$. What are some others?