## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 Lesson 12 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 12 Problem Set Answer Key

Use squares with no gaps or overlaps to organize the data from the picture. Line up your squares carefully.

Question 1.
How many more students liked chocolate than liked vanilla?
___________ students
2 students

Explanation:
In this question, the total number of students who liked vanilla flavor is 7 and that of chocolate is 9. Hence by comparing them we could know that 2 more students like chocolate than liked vanilla.

Question 2.
How many total students were asked about their favorite ice cream flavor?
___________ students
16

Explanation:
The total number of students who liked their favorite ice cream flavor is 16 i.e 9+7 =16

Question 3.
Write a number sentence to show how many total students were asked about their shoes.
5 +8 + 7 = 20

Explanation:
The total number of students who were asked about their shoes is 20. As velcro has 5, Iaces has 8 and no ties as 7. So by adding three of them we get 20 students.

Question 4.
Write a number sentence to show how many fewer students have Velcro on their shoes than laces.
8 – 5 = 3

Explanation:
Laces have 8 and velcro has 5. So 3 students have them i.e 8-5 = 3

Each student in the class added a sticky note to show his or her favorite kind of pet. Use the graph to answer the questions.

Question 5.
How many students chose dogs or cats as their favorite pet?
___________ students
15

Explanation:
Here, we need to add the students who chose dogs and who chose cats. So the students who chose dogs are 9 and cats are 6 by adding them we get 15.

Question 6.
How many more students chose dogs as their favorite pet than cats?
___________ students
3 students.

Explanation:
Here 3 more students chose dogs as their favorite pet than cats.

Question 7.
How many more students chose cats than fish?
___________ students
2 students.

Explanation:
In this question, 2 more students chose cats than fish.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 12 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Use squares with no gaps or overlaps to organize the data from the pictures. Line up your squares carefully.

Question 1.
Write a number sentence to show how many total students were asked about their favorite animal at the zoo.

Question 2.
Write a number sentence to show how many fewer students like elephants than like giraffes.
3

Explanation:
Here the elephants are 4 and giraffes are 7. Therefore 3 students like elephants than like giraffes.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 12 Homework Answer Key

The class has 18 students. On Friday, 9 students wore sneakers, 6 students wore sandals, and 3 students wore boots. Use squares with no gaps or overlaps to organize the data. Line up your squares carefully.

Question 1.
How many more students wore sneakers than sandals?
___________ students
3

Explanation:
Here, 9 students wore sneakers and 6 students wore sandals. So 3 more students wore sneakers than sandals.

Question 2.
Write a number sentence to tell how many students were asked about their shoes on Friday.
9 + 6 + 3 = 18

Question 3.
Write a number sentence to show how many fewer students wore boots than sneakers.
9 – 3 = 6

Explanation:
Here 3 students wore boots, 9 students wore sneakers hence the students who wore boots than sneakers are 6.

Our school garden has been growing for two months. The graph below shows the numbers of each vegetable that have been harvested so far.

Question 4.
How many total vegetables were harvested?
___________ vegetables
14

Explanation:
To know the total number of vegetables we need to add each vegetable that has been harvested so far. Hence by adding the total vegetables harvested are 14.

Question 5.
Which vegetable has been harvested the most?
Carrots

Explanation:
By observing the given table the most harvested vegetables are carrots.

Question 6.
How many more beets were harvested than corn?
_______________ more beets than corn
1

Explanation:
Observe the above table clearly and we get to know that 1 more beet was harvested than corn.

Question 7.
How many more beets would need to be harvested to have the same amount as the number of carrots harvested?