## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 4 Lesson 3 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 3 Problem Set Answer Key

Count as many tens as you can. Complete each statement. Say the numbers and the sentences.
Question 1.

__________Â  ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________Â  ones.
Answer: 1 ten and 2 one is the same as 12 ones
1 ten=10
2 one =2
There are 10 flowers in the vase
And 2 fallen on ground
By adding 10 with 2 we get 12
10 +2 =12

Question 2.

__________Â  ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________Â  ones.
Answer: 2 ten and 6 one is the same as 26 ones
2 ten=20
6 one =6
There are 10 beads in each chain that is 20 beads in total
And there are 6 beads separately
By adding 20 with 6 we get 26
20+6=26

Question 3.

__________Â  ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________ ones.
Answer: 3 ten and 7 one is the same as 37 ones
3 ten=30
7 one =7
there are 3 bunchs
There are 10 grapes in each bunch that is 30 grapes in total
And there are 7 grapes separately
By adding 30 with 7 we get 37
30+7=37

Question 4.

__________Â  ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________Â  ones.
Answer:3 ten and 4 one is the same as 34 ones
3 ten=30
4 one =4
There are 3 covers of penuts
There are 10 penuts in each cover that is 30 penuts in total
And there are 4 grapes separately
By adding 30 with 4 we get 34
30+4=34

Question 5.

__________Â  ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________Â  ones.
Answer:4 tens and 0 one is the same as 40 ones
4 ten=40
0 one =0
There are 4 bunches of carrots
There are 10 carrots in each bunch that is 40 carrots in total
10+10+10+10=40

Question 6.

__________ ten __________Â  ones is the same as __________Â  ones.
Answer:1 ten and 10 one is the same as 20 ones
1 ten=10
10 one =10
There is one bunch of straws
There are 10 straws in each bunch that is 10 straws in total
And there are 10 straws separately
By adding 10 with 10 we get 20
10+10=20

Match.

Fill in the missing numbers.
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### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 3 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Count as many tens as you can. Complete each statement. Say the numbers and the sentences.
Question 1.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:2 ten and 4 one is the same as 24 ones
2 ten=20
4 one =4
There are 2 crayon boxes
There are 10 crayons in each boxes that is 20 crayons in total
And there are 4 crayons separately
By adding 20 with 4 we get 24
20+4=24

Question 2.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:3 ten and 8 one is the same as 26 ones
3 ten=30
8 one =8
There are 3 sets of 10 cubes that is 30
And there are 8 cubes separately
By adding 30 with 8 we get 38
30+8=38

Fill in the missing numbers.
Question 3.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 3 Homework Answer Key

Count as many tens as you can. Complete each statement. Say the numbers and the sentences.
Question 1.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:2 ten and 3 one is the same as 23 ones
2 ten=20
3 one =3
There are two boxes of apples
There are 10 apples in each box that is 20 apples in total
And there are 3 apples separately
By adding 20 with 3 we get 23
20+3=23

Question 2.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:3 ten and 6 one is the same as 36 ones
3 ten=20
6 one =6
There are 3 bunches
There are 10 balloons in each chain that is 30 ballons in total
And there are 6 balloons separately
By adding 30 with 6 we get 36
30+6=36

Question 3.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:1 ten and 0 one is the same as 10 ones
1 ten=10
0 one =0
There is a bunch
There are 10 straw in each bunch that is 10 straw in total
By adding 10 with 0 we get 10
10+0=10

Question 4.

_______ tens _______ ones is the same as _______ones.
Answer:3 ten and 8 one is the same as 38 ones
3 ten=30
8 one =8
There are 3 set of 10 cubes
And there are 8 cubes separately
By adding 30 with 8 we get 38
30+8=38

Fill in the missing numbers.
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Question 10.
Choose at least one number less than 40. Draw the number in 3 ways:

 As grapes: In a number bond: In the place value chart: