# Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Home Connections Unit 5 Module 4 Answer Key

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## Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Home Connections Answer Key Unit 5 Module 4

Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Home Connections Unit 5 Module 4 Session 1 Answer Key

Lines, Buttons & Adding Practice

Question 1.
Find each sum. Use the pictures of base ten pieces to help.
a.

Explanation:
By using the above given picture of base ten pieces performed addition operation. By adding 17 with 25 the sum is equal to 42.

b.

Explanation:
By using the above given picture of base ten pieces performed addition operation. By adding 24 with 36 the sum is equal to 60.

Question 2.
Find each sum.
21 + 8 = _____________
42 + 7 = _____________
32 + 16 = _____________
24 + 13 = _____________
21 + 8 = 29
42 + 7 = 49
32 + 16 = 48
24 + 13 = 37
Explanation:
Performed addition operation on above given equation.

Question 3.
Use Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy for adding 2-digit numbers. Remember, she adds the tens first. Then she adds the ones. Then she finds the total.
ex:

a.

Explanation:
Used Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy to add given 2-digit numbers. First, we have to add the tens and then ones. Add 50 with 13 the sum is equal to 63. The total is equal to 63.

b.

Explanation:
Used Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy to add given 2-digit numbers. First, we have to add the tens and then ones. Add 80 with 11 the sum is equal to 91. The total is equal to 91.

c.

Explanation:
Used Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy to add given 2-digit numbers. First, we have to add the tens and then ones. Add 60 with 13 the sum is equal to 73. The total is equal to 73.

d.

Explanation:
Used Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy to add given 2-digit numbers. First, we have to add the tens and then ones. Add 90 with 7 the sum is equal to 97. The total is equal to 97.

e.

Explanation:
Used Pencil Puppyâ€™s strategy to add given 2-digit numbers. First, we have to add the tens and then ones. Add 50 with 17 the sum is equal to 67. The total is equal to 67.

Question 4.
Tami is standing in line. There are 3 other children in front of her. There are 8 children behind her.

a. How many children are standing in line? Show your work.
There are _____________ children standing in line.
Tami is standing in line.
There are 3 other children in front of her.
There are 8 children behind her.
3 + 1 + 8 = 12
There are 12 children standing in line.

b. Which strategy did you use to solve this problem? (Circle one.)
Draw a picture.
Make a chart.
Write a number sentence.
Other

Explanation:
Drawn a circle for the strategy I used to solve the given problem as we can observe in the above image.

Question 5.
CHALLENGE Frankâ€™s mom gave him 8 buttons. The buttons have 22 holes in all.

a. How many of the 8 buttons have 4 holes? How many of the 8 buttons have 2 holes? Show your work.

____________ of the 8 buttons have 4 holes. ___________ of the 8 buttons have 2 holes.
3 of the 8 buttons have 4 holes. 5 of the 8 buttons have 2 holes.
Explanation:
Multiply 3 buttons with 4 holes the product is equal to the 12 holes.
3 x 4 = 12
Multiply 5 buttons with 2 holes the product is equal to the10 holes.
5 x 2 = 10
Add 12 holes with 10 holes the sum is equal to the 22 holes.
Add 3 buttons with 5 buttons the sum is equal to the 8 buttons.
Frankâ€™s mom gave him 8 buttons. The buttons have 22 holes in all.

b. Which strategy did you use to solve this problem? (Circle one.)
Draw a picture
Make a chart
Write a number sentence
Other

Explanation:
Drawn a circle for the strategy I used to solve the given problem as we can observe in the above image.

Bridges in Mathematics Grade 2 Home Connections Unit 5 Module 4 Session 3 Answer Key

Numbers, Cubes & Marbles

Question 1.
Count by 10s, either forward or backward, to fill in the missing numbers.

a. 10, 20, 30, 40, _______, _______, _______, 80, _______, 100, 110, _______, _______
10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110,120, 130
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in forward direction.

b. 280, 270, 260, _______, _______, 230, _______, _______, 200, _______, _______
280, 270, 260, 250, 240, 230, 220, 210, 200, 190, 180Â
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in backward direction.

c. 203, 213, 223, _______, _______, 253, _______, _______, _______, 293, _______
203, 213, 223, 233, 243, 253, 263, 273, 283, 293, 303
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in forward direction.

d. 567, 557, 547, 537, _______, _______, 507, _______, 487, _______, 467
567, 557, 547, 537, 527, 517, 507,497, 487, 477, 467
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in backward direction.

Question 2.
Count by 100s, either forward or backward, to fill in the missing numbers.

a. 100, 200, 300, _______, _______, _______, 700, _______, _______
100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900Â
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in Forward direction.

b. 950, 850, 750, _______, _______, _______, 350, _______, _______
950, 850, 750, 650, 550, 450, 350, 250,150
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in backward direction.

c. 203, 303, 403, _______, _______, _______, 803, _______, 1003
203, 303, 403, 503, 603, 703, 803, 903, 1003
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in Forward direction.

d. 914, 814, 714, _______, _______, 414, _______, _______, _______
914, 814, 714, 614, 514, 414, 314, 214, 114Â
Explanation:
The missing numbers are counted by 10s in backward direction.

Question 3.
Find each sum.
400 + 70 + 2 = ______________
800 + 50 + 5 = ______________
600 + 20 + 8 = ______________
100 + 10 + 3 = _______________

400 + 70 + 2 = 472
800 + 50 + 5 = 855
600 + 20 + 8 = 628
100 + 10 + 3 = 113

Explanation:
Performed addition operation on above given equation and given number as we can observe in the above image.

Question 4.
Circle the answer in each of the questions below.

a. The 3 in 359 is in the
ones place
tens place
hundreds place

Explanation:
The 3 in 359 is in the hundreds place. So, drawn a circle for the hundreds place.

b. The 4 in 904 is in the
ones place
tens place
hundreds place

Explanation:
The 4 in 904 is in the ones place. So, drawn a circle for the ones place.

c. The 5 in 256 is in the
ones place
tens place
hundreds place

Explanation:
The 5 in 256 is in the tens place. So, drawn a circle for the tens place.

Question 5.
Ebony put 10 cubes into two stacks. One stack has 4 more cubes than the other stack.

a. How many cubes are in each stack? Show your work.
There are ___________ cubes in one stack and ____________ cubes in the other stack.
There are 3 cubes in one stack and 7 cubes in the other stack.

b. Which strategy did you use to solve this problem? (Circle one.)
Draw a picture
Act it out with cubes
Make a list
Other

Explanation:
Drawn a circle for the strategy I used to solve the given problem as we can observe in the above image.

Question 6.
CHALLENGE Jose has a bag of marbles. There are 8 red marbles in the bag. There are twice as many green marbles as red marbles. There are 2 fewer blue marbles than green marbles. There are half as many white marbles as blue marbles.

a. How many marbles are in the bag? Show your work.

There are _____________ marbles in the bag.
There are 8 red marbles in the bag.
There are twice as many green marbles as red marbles.
Twice of red marbles means add red marbles two times.
8 + 8 = 16 marbles
There are 16 green marbles.
There are 2 fewer blue marbles than green marbles.
Subtract 2 marbles from 16 green marbles the difference is equal to 14.
16 – 2 = 14
There are 14 blue marbles.
There are half as many white marbles as blue marbles.
Divide 14 blue marbles by 2 the result is equal to 7.
14/2 = 7
There are 7 white marbles.
8 + 16 + 14 + 7 = 45
There are 45 marbles in the bag.

b. Which strategy did you use to solve this problem. (Circle one.)
Draw a picture
Act it out with cubes
Make a list
Other