## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 4 Lesson 6 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 6 Problem Set Answer Key

Fill in the place value chart and the blanks.

Question 1.

20 = _____ tens

Answer: 20 = 2 tens

There are 2 bunches of carrots

Each bunch has 10 carrots

That is 2 tens and 0 ones

By adding 2 tens we get 20

10+10=20

Question 2.

14 = _____ten and _____ones

Answer: 14 = 1 tens and 4 ones

There are 1 bag of penuts

and 4 peanuts separately

That is 1 tens and 4 ones

By adding 1 tens and 2 ones we get 14

10+4=14

Question 3.

_____ = 3 tens 5 ones

Answer: 35=3 tens and 5 ones

There are 3 dime coins

And there are 5 Pennies

By adding 3 dimes and 5 pennies we get 35

30+5=35

Question 4.

_____ = 2 tens 6 ones

Answer:26=2 tens and 6 ones

There are 2 dime coins

And there are 6 Pennies

By adding 2 dimes and 6 pennies we get 26

20+6=26

Question 5.

_____= _____ tens _____ ones

Answer: 6= 0 tens and 6 ones

There are 0 dime coins

And there are 6 Pennies

By adding 0 dimes and 6 pennies we get 6

0+6=6

Question 6.

_____ = _____ tens _____ ones

Answer:25=2 tens and 5 ones

There are 2 dime coins

And there are 5 Pennies

By adding 2 dimes and 5 pennies we get 25

20+5=25

Question 7.

_____ = _____ tens _____ ones

Answer:30=3 tens and 0 ones

There are 3 dime coins

And there are 0 Pennies

By adding 3 dimes and 0 pennies we get 30

30+0=30

Question 8.

_____ tens _____ ones = _____

Answer:34=3 tens and 4 ones

There are 3 dime coins

And there are 4 Pennies

By adding 3 dimes and 4 pennies we get 34

30+4=34

Fill in the blank. Draw or cross off tens or ones as needed.

Question 9.

1 more than 15 is _____.

Answer: 1 more than 15 is 16

15 = 1 tens and 5 ones

And 16 = 1 ten and 6 ones

10+5=15

15+1=16

Question 10.

10 more than 5 is _____.

Answer: 10 more than 5 is 15

Question 11.

10 more than 30 is _____.

Answer: 10 more than 30 is 40

There are 3 dimes in the given image

By adding one more dime we get 4 dimes which is equal to 40

Question 12.

1 more than 30 is _____.

Answer:1 more than 30 is 31

There are 3 dimes in the given image

By adding one penni we get 3 dime and 1 penni which is equal to 31

Question 13.

1 less than 24 is _____.

Answer: 1 less than 24 is 23

There are 2 dimes and 4 pennies given

by removing 1 penni we get 23

Question 14.

10 less than 24 is _____.

Answer:10 less than 24 is 14

There are 2 dimes and 4 pennies given

by removing 1 dime we get 14

Question 15.

10 less than 21 is _____.

Answer:10 less than 21 is 11

There are 2 dimes and 1 pennies given

by removing 1 dime we get 11

Question 16.

1 less than 21 is _____.

Answer:1 less than 21 is 20

There are 2 dimes and 1 pennies given

by removing 1 penni we get 20

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 6 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Fill in the blank. Draw or cross off tens or ones as needed.

Question 1.

10 more than 23 is _____.

Answer: 10 more than 23 is 33

There are 2 jars with 10 marbles and 3 marbles

By adding more 10 marbles we get 33 marbles

Question 2.

1 more than 13 is _____.

Answer: 1 more than 13 is 14

By adding one balloon to the 13 balloons we get 14 balloons

13+1=14

Question 3.

10 less than 31 is _____.

Answer:10 less than 31 is 21

There are 30 dimes and 1 pennies given

by removing 1 dime we get 21

Question 4.

1 less than 14 is _____.

Answer:1 less than 14 is 13

There are 1 dimes and 4 pennies given

by removing 1 penni we get 13

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 6 Homework Answer Key

Fill in the place value chart and the blanks.

Question 1.

30 = _____ tens

Answer: 30 = 3 tens

ThereÂ are 3 flower pots with 10 flowes in each

That is 3 tens and 0 ones

Question 2.

17 = _____ ten and _____ ones

Answer: 17 = 1 ten and 7 ones

There is one box with 10 apples

And there is 7 more apples separately

1+7=17

Question 3.

_____ = 2 tens 2 ones

Answer: 22=2 tens and 2 ones

There are 2 dime coins

And there are 2 Pennies

By adding 2 dimes and 2 pennies we get 22

20+2=22

Question 4.

_____ = 3 tens 3 ones

Answer:33=3 tens and 3 ones

There are 3 dime coins

And there are 3 Pennies

By adding 3 dimes and 3 pennies we get 33

30+3=33

Question 5.

_____= _____ tens _____ ones

Answer: 8= 0 tens and 8 ones

There are 0 dime coins

And there are 8 Pennies

By adding 0 dimes and 8 pennies we get 8

0+8=8

Question 6.

_____ = _____ tens _____ ones

Answer:36=3 tens and 6 ones

There are 3 dime coins

And there are 6 Pennies

By adding 3 dimes and 6 pennies we get 36

30+6=36

Question 7.

_____ = _____ ten _____ ones

Answer: 16= 1 tens and 6 ones

There are 1 dime coins

And there are 6 Pennies

By adding 1 dimes and 6 pennies we get 16

10+6=16

Question 8.

_____ = _____ ten _____ ones

Answer:24=2 tens and 4 ones

There are 2 dime coins

And there are 4 Pennies

By adding 2 dimes and 4 pennies we get 24

20+4=24

Fill in the blank. Draw or cross off tens or ones as needed.

Question 9.

1 more than 12 is _____.

Answer: 1 more than 12 is 13

There are 10 crayons in one box and 2 crayons separately

By adding one more crayon we get 13

Question 10.

10 more than 3 is _____.

Answer: 10 more than 3 is 13

by adding 10 to 3 we get 13

whuch is 1 ten and 3 ones

10+3=13

Question 11.

10 more than 22 is _____.

Answer:10 more than 22 is 33

There are 2 dimes and 2 pennies in the given image

By adding one penni we get 3 dime and 3 penni which is equal to 33

Question 12.

1 more than 22 is _____.

Answer:1 more than 22 is 23

There are 2 dimes and 2 pennies in the given image

By adding one penni we get 2 dime and 3 penni which is equal to 23

Question 13.

1 less than 39 is _____.

Answer:1 less than 39 is 38

There are 3 dimes and 9 pennies given

by removing 1 penni we get 38

Question 14.

10 less than 39 is _____.

Answer:10 less than 39 is 29

There are 3 dimes and 9 pennies given

by removing 1 dime we get 29

Question 15.

10 less than 33 is _____.

Answer:10 less than 33 is 23

There are 3 dimes and 3 pennies given

by removing 1 dime we get 23

Question 16.

1 less than 33 is _____.

Answer:1 less than 33 is 32

There are 3 dimes and 3 pennies given

by removing 1 penni we get 32