## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 Lesson 2 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 2 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Use the paper strip provided by your teacher to measure each picture. Circle the words you need to make the sentence true. Then, fill in the blank.

The basketball bat is the paper strip.

The basketball bat is longer than the paper strip.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the basketball bat is the paper strip.
The book is the paper strip.
The book is shorter than the paper strip.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the book is a paper strip.

The basketball bat is ____ the book.

The basketball bat is longer than the book.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the basketball bat is longer than the book.

Question 2.
Complete the sentences with longer than, shorter than, or the same length as to make the sentences true.
a.
The tube is ____________________________ the cup.

The tube is longer than the cup.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the tube is longer than the cup.

b.
The iron is ___ the ironing board.

The iron is shorter than the ironing board.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the iron is shorter than the ironing board.

Use the measurements from Problems 1 and 2. Circle the word that makes the sentences true.

Question 3.
The baseball bat is (longer/shorter) than the cup.

Longer

Explanation:

Question 4.
The cup is (longer/shorter) than the ironing board.

Shorter

Explanation:

Question 5.
The ironing board is (longer/shorter) than the book.

Longer.

Explanation:

Question 6.
Order these objects from shortest to longest:
cup, tube, and paper strip

Cup, paper strip, tube.

Draw a picture to help you complete the measurement statements. Circle the words that make each statement true.

Question 7.
Sammy is taller than Dion.
Janell is taller than Sammy.
Dion is (taller than/shorter than) Janell.

Dion is shorter than Janell.

Explanation:

As given that Sammy is taller than Dion and Janell is taller than Sammy, so Dion is shorter than Janell.

Question 8.
Lauraâ€™s necklace is longer than Mihalâ€™s necklace.
Lauraâ€™s necklace is shorter than Saraiâ€™s necklace.
Saraiâ€™s necklace is (longer than/shorter than) Mihalâ€™s necklace.

Saraiâ€™s necklace is longer than Mihalâ€™s necklace.

Explanation:

As given that Lauraâ€™s necklace is longer than Mihalâ€™s necklace and Lauraâ€™s necklace is shorter than Saraiâ€™s necklace.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 2 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Draw a picture to help you complete the measurement statements. Circle the words that make each statement true.

Tanyaâ€™s doll is shorter than Alineâ€™s doll.
Miraâ€™s doll is taller than Alineâ€™s doll.
Tanyaâ€™s doll is (taller than/shorter than) Miraâ€™s doll.

Tanya’s doll is shorter than Mira’s doll.

Explanation:
Given that Tanyaâ€™s doll is shorter than Alineâ€™s doll and Miraâ€™s doll is taller than Alineâ€™s doll. So Tanya’s doll is shorter than Mira’s doll.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 2 Homework Answer Key

Use the paper strip provided by your teacher to measure each picture. Circle the words you need to make the sentence true. Then, fill in the blank.

Question 1.

The sundae is the paper strip.

The sundae is longer than the paper strip.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the sundae is the paper strip.

The spoon is the paper strip.
The spoon is ___ the sundae.

The spoon is shorter than the sundae.

Explanation:
The spoon is the sundae.

Question 2.

The
The balloon is ____________________________ the cake.

The balloon is shorter than the cake.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the balloon is shorter than the cake.

Question 3.

The ball is shorter than the paper strip.
So, the shoe is ___ the ball.

The shoe is longer than the ball.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the shoe is longer than the ball.

Use the measurements from Problems 1â€“3. Circle the word that makes the sentences true.

Question 4.
The spoon is (longer/shorter) than the cake.

The spoon is shorter than the cake.

Question 5.
The balloon is (longer/shorter) than the sundae.

The balloon is longer than the sundae.

Question 6.
The shoe is (longer/shorter) than the balloon.

The shoe is longer than the balloon.

Question 7.
Order these objects from shortest to longest:
cake, spoon, and paper strip
_______ _________ __________

Spoon, cake, and paper strip.

Explanation:
The order of these objects from shortest to longest is Spoon, cake, and paper strip.

Draw a picture to help you complete the measurement statements. Circle the word that makes each statement true.

Question 8.
Marniâ€™s hair is shorter than Wesleyâ€™s hair.
Marniâ€™s hair is longer than Bitaâ€™s hair.
Bitaâ€™s hair is (longer/shorter) than Wesleyâ€™s hair

Bitaâ€™s hair is shorter than Wesleyâ€™s hair.

Explanation:
Given that Marniâ€™s hair is shorter than Wesleyâ€™s hair and Marniâ€™s hair is longer than Bitaâ€™s hair, so Bitaâ€™s hair is shorter than Wesleyâ€™s hair.

Question 9.