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

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 3 Sprint Answer Key

A
*Write the missing number. Pay attention to the + and – signs.

Question 1.
5 + 2 = ☐

5+2=7.

Explanation:
On adding 5+2 we will get the result as 7.

Question 2.
15 + 2 = ☐

15+2=17.

Explanation:
On adding 15+2 we will get the result as 17.

Question 3.
2 + 5 = ☐

2+5=7.

Explanation:
On adding 2+5 we will get the result as 7.

Question 4.
12 + 5 = ☐

12+5=17.

Explanation:
On adding 12+5 we will get the result as 17.

Question 5.
7 – 2 = ☐

7-2=5.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 7 we will get the result as 5.

Question 6.
17 – 2 = ☐

17-2=15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 17 we will get the result as 15.

Question 7.
7 – 5 = ☐

7-5=2.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 7 we will get the result as 2.

Question 8.
17 – 5 = ☐

17-5=12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 9.
4 + 3 = ☐

4+3=7.

Explanation:
On adding 4+3 we will get the result as 7.

Question 10.
14 + 3 = ☐

14+3=17.

Explanation:
On adding 14+3 we will get the result as 17.

Question 11.
3 + 4 = ☐

3+4=7.

Explanation:
On adding 3+4 we will get the result as 7.

Question 12.
13 + 4 = ☐

13+4=17.

Explanation:
On adding 13+4 we will get the result as 17.

Question 13.
7 – 4 = ☐

7-4=3.

Explanation:
On subtracting 4 from 7 we will get the result as 3.

Question 14.
17 – 4 = ☐

17-4=13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 4 from 17 we will get the result as 13.

Question 15.
17 – 3 = ☐

17-3=14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3from 17 we will get the result as 14.

Question 16.
13 + 6 = ☐

13+6=19.

Explanation:
On adding 13+6 we will get the result as 19.

Question 17.
3 + 16 = ☐

3+16=19.

Explanation:
On adding 3+16 we will get the result as 19.

Question 18.
19 – 2 = ☐

19-2=17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 19 we will get the result as 17.

Question 19.
19 – 7 = ☐

19-7=12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 19 we will get the result as 12.

Question 20.
4 + 15 = ☐

4+15=19.

Explanation:
On adding 4+15 we will get the result as 19.

Question 21.
14 + 5 = ☐

3+16=19.

Explanation:
On adding 3+16 we will get the result as 19.

Question 22.
18 – 6 = ☐

18-6=12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 18 we will get the result as 12.

Question 23.
18 – 2 = ☐

18-2=16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 18 we will get the result as 16.

Question 24.
13 + ☐ = 19

13+16=19.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 13 + x= 19, then x will be
x= 19 – 13
= 6.
So the value of x is 6.

Question 25.
☐ – 6 = 13

13+16=19.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 6= 13, then x will be
x= 13 + 6
= 19.
So the value of x is 19.

Question 26.
14 + ☐ = 19

14+5=19.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 14 + x= 19, then x will be
x= 19 – 14
= 5.
So the value of x is 5.

Question 27.
☐ – 4 = 15

19 – 4=15.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 4= 15, then x will be
x= 15 + 4
= 19.
So the value of x is 19.

Question 28.
☐ – 5 = 14

19-5=14.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 5= 14, then x will be
x= 14 + 5
= 19.
So the value of x is 19.

Question 29.
13 + 4 = 19 – ☐

13 + 4 = 19 – 2

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 13 + 4= 19 – x, then x will be
x= 19 – 17
= 2.
So the value of x is 2.

Question 30.
18 – 6 = ☐ + 3

19-5=14.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 5= 14, then x will be
x= 14 + 5
= 19.
So the value of x is 19.

B
*Write the missing number. Pay attention to the + and – signs.

Question 1.
5 + 1 = ☐

5+1= 6.

Explanation:
On adding 5 and 1 we will get the result as 6.

Question 2.
15 + 1 = ☐

15+1= 16.

Explanation:
On adding 15 and 1 we will get the result as 16.

Question 3.
1 + 5 = ☐

1+5= 6.

Explanation:
On adding 1 and 5 we will get the result as 6.

Question 4.
11 + 5 = ☐

11+5= 16.

Explanation:
On adding 11 and 5 we will get the result as 16.

Question 5.
6 – 1 = ☐

6-1= 5.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 6 we will get the result as 5.

Question 6.
16 – 1 = ☐

16-1= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 16 we will get the result as 15.

Question 7.
6 – 5 = ☐

6-5= 1.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 6 we will get the result as 1.

Question 8.
16 – 5 = ☐

16-5= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 16 we will get the result as 11.

Question 9.
4 + 5 = ☐

4+5= 9.

Explanation:
On adding 4 and 5 we will get the result as 9.

Question 10.
14 + 5 = ☐

11+5= 16.

Explanation:
On adding 11 and 5 we will get the result as 16.

Question 11.
5 + 4 = ☐

5+4= 9.

Explanation:
On adding 5 and 4 we will get the result as 9.

Question 12.
15 + 4 = ☐

15+4= 19.

Explanation:
On adding 15 and 4 we will get the result as 19.

Question 13.
9 – 4 = ☐

9-4= 5.

Explanation:
On subtracting 4 from 9 we will get the result as 5.

Question 14.
19 – 4 = ☐

19-4= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 4 from 19 we will get the result as 15.

Question 15.
19 – 5 = ☐

19-5= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 19 we will get the result as 14.

Question 16.
12 + 7 = ☐

12+7= 19.

Explanation:
On adding 12 and 7 we will get the result as 19.

Question 17.
2 + 17 = ☐

2+17= 19.

Explanation:
On adding 2 and 17 we will get the result as 19.

Question 18.
18 – 2 = ☐

18-2= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 18 we will get the result as 16.

Question 19.
18 – 6 = ☐

18-6= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 18 we will get the result as 12.

Question 20.
3 + 16 = ☐

3+16= 19.

Explanation:
On adding 3 and 16 we will get the result as 19.

Question 21.
13 + 6 = ☐

13+6= 19.

Explanation:
On adding 13 and 6 we will get the result as 19.

Question 22.
17 – 4 = ☐

17-4= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 4 from 17 we will get the result as 13.

Question 23.
17 – 3 = ☐

17-3= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 24.
12 + ☐ = 18

12+6=14.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 12+x= 18, then x will be
x= 18 – 12
= 6.

Question 25.
☐ – 6 = 12

18-6=12.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 6= 12, then x will be
x= 12 + 6
= 18.

Question 26.
13 + ☐ = 19

13+6=19.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 13 + x= 19, then x will be
x= 19 – 13
= 6.

Question 27.
☐ – 3 = 16

19-3=16.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 3= 16, then x will be
x= 16 + 3
= 19.

Question 28.
☐ – 3 = 17

20-3=17.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be x – 3= 17, then x will be
x= 17 + 3
= 20.

Question 29.
11 + 6 = 19 – ☐

11 + 6 = 19 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 11 + 6 = 19 – x, then x will be
x= 19 – 17
= 2.

Question 30.
19 – 5 = ☐ + 3

19- 5 = 11 + 3.

Explanation:
Let the missing box be x, and we will replace the x in an empty box. So the equation will be 19 – 5 = x + 3, then x will be
x= 14 – 3
= 11.

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

Question 1.
In a playroom, Lu Lu cut a piece of string that measured the distance from the doll house to the park. She took the same string and tried to measure the distance between the park and the store, but she ran out of string!

The park to the store is longer than.

Explanation:

As in a playroom, Lu Lu cut a piece of string that measured the distance from the dollhouse to the park and she took the same string and tried to measure the distance between the park and the store, but she ran out of string, so the park to the store is longer.

Question 2.
Which is the shortest rectangle? __________________

B

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that rectangle B is the shortest rectangle.

Question 3.
If Rectangle A is longer than Rectangle C, the longest rectangle is ____________.

A

Explanation:
If Rectangle A is longer than Rectangle C, the longest rectangle is a rectangle A.

Question 4.
Order the rectangles from shortest to longest:
____ ______ ______

B,C,A.

Explanation:
The order of the rectangles from shortest to longest is rectangle B, rectangle C, rectangle A.

Use the picture to answer the questions about the students’ paths to school.

Question 5.
How long is Caitlyn’s path to school? ________________ blocks

10 blocks.

Explanation:

The length of Caitlyn’s path to school is 10 blocks.

Question 6.
How long is Toby’s path to school? _____________ blocks

12 blocks.

Explanation:
The length of Toby’s path to school is 12 blocks.

Question 7.
Joe’s path is shorter than Caitlyn’s. Draw Joe’s path.

Yes, Joe’s path is shorter than Caitlyn’s.

Explanation:

As in the above image, we can see that Joe’s path is shorter than Caitlyn’s.

Circle the correct word to make the statement true.

Question 8.
Toby’s path is longer/shorter than Joe’s path.

Longer.

Explanation:
Toby’s path is longer than Joe’s path.

Question 9.
Who took the shortest path to school? _____________________

Joe.

Explanation:
Joe took the shortest path to school.

Question 10.
Order the paths from shortest to longest.
_____ _____ ______

Joe, Caitlyn, Toby.

Explanation:
The order of the paths from shortest to longest is Joe, Caitlyn, Toby.

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

Use the picture to answer the questions about the students’ paths to the museum.

Question 1.
How long is Kim’s path to the museum? ________________ blocks

12 blocks.

Explanation:
The length of Kim’s path to the museum is 12 blocks.

Question 2.
Iko’s path is shorter than Kim’s path. Draw Iko’s path.

Iko’s path is shorter.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that Iko’s path is shorter than Kim’s path.

Circle the correct word to make the statement true.

Question 3.
Kim’s path is longer/shorter than Iko’s path.

Longer.

Explanation:
Kim’s path is longer than Iko’s path.

Question 4.
How long is Iko’s path to the museum? ________________ blocks.

8 blocks.

Explanation:
The length of Iko’s path to the museum is 8 blocks.

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

Question 1.
The string that measures the path from the garden to the tree is longer than the path between the tree and the flowers. Circle the shorter path.

The tree to the flowers is the shortest path.

Explanation:

In the above image, we can see that the tree to the flowers is the shortest path.

Question 2.
Which is the longest rectangle? __________________

Rectangle B.

Explanation:
The longest rectangle is rectangle B.

Question 3.
If Rectangle A is longer than Rectangle C, the shortest rectangle is _______________.

rectangle C.

Explanation:
If Rectangle A is longer than Rectangle C, then the shortest rectangle is rectangle C.

Question 4.
Order the rectangles from shortest to longest.
____ ____ ____

Rectangle C, Rectangle A, Rectangle B.

Explanation:
The rectangles from shortest to longest is Rectangle C, Rectangle A, Rectangle B.

Use the picture to answer the questions about the children’s paths to the beach.

Question 5.
How long is Jon’s path to the beach? ________________ blocks

12 blocks.

Explanation:
The length of Jon’s path to the beach is 12 blocks.

Question 6.
How long is Cam’s path to the beach? ________________ blocks

14 blocks.

Explanation:
The length of Cam’s path to the beach 14 blocks.

Question 7.
Jon’s path is longer than Sal’s path. Draw Sal’s path.

Yes, Jon’s path is longer than Sal’s path.

Explanation:

Yes, Jon’s path is longer than Sal’s path.

Circle the correct word to make the statement true.

Question 8.
Cam’s path is longer/shorter than Sal’s path.

Longer.

Explanation:
Cam’s path is longer than Sal’s path.

Question 9.
Who took the shortest path to the beach? _____________________

Sal.

Explanation:
Sal took the shortest path to the beach.

Question 10.
Order the paths from shortest to longest.
____ ______ ____________

Sal, Joe, Cam.

Explanation:
The order the paths from shortest to longest is Sal, Joe, Cam.

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