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One possible method of systematically counting the rectangles it to start by looking at all of the points that could be the top left corner of a rectangle. These have been numbered working from top left to bottom right.
Now take each of these 'corners' in turn and count how many rectangles can be found containing this corner at the top left. The results are shown in the table below:
|Corner||Number of rectangles||View rectangles|
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