## Engage NY Eureka Math 4th Grade Module 3 Lesson 14 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 14 Problem Set Answer Key

Use the RDW process to solve the following problems.

Question 1.

There are 19 identical socks. How many pairs of socks are there? Will there be any socks without a match? If so, how many?

Answer:

9 pair of socks are there, 1 sock without a match,

Explanation:

Given there are 19 identical socks, number of pairs of socks are there are 19 Ã· 2 = 9 quotient (2 X 9 = 18) and

remainder 1, means there are 9 pair of socks are there, 1 sock without a match,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 2.

If it takes 8 inches of ribbon to make a bow, how many bows can be made from 3 feet of ribbon (1 foot = 12 inches)? Will any ribbon be left over? If so, how much?

Answer:

4 bows can be made from 3 feet of ribbon,

Left over ribbon will be 4 inches,

Explanation

Given If it takes 8 inches of ribbon to make a bow,

So how many bows can be made from 3 feet of ribbon

(1 foot = 12 inches) are 3 X 12 = 36 inches Ã· 8 inches =

4 quotient (8 X 4 = 32) and 4 inches remainder means|

4 bows can be made from 3 feet of ribbon,

Left over ribbon will be 4 inches,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 3.

The library has 27 chairs and 5 tables. If the same number of chairs is placed at each table, how many chairs can be placed at each table? Will there be any extra chairs? If so, how many?

Answer:

5 chairs can be placed at each table and there will be 2 extra chairs,

Explanation:

Given the library has 27 chairs and 5 tables. If the same number of chairs is placed at each table, how many chairs can be placed at each table are 27 Ã· 5 = 5 quotient (5 X 5 = 25) and 2 remainder means 5 chairs can be placed at each table and there will be 2 extra chairs,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 4.

The baker has 42 kilograms of flour. She uses 8 kilograms each day. After how many days will she need to buy more flour?

Answer:

She needs to buy more flour after 5 days,

Explanation:

Given the baker has 42 kilograms of flour. She uses 8 kilograms each day.

After number of days will she need to buy more flour is 42 Ã· 8 = 5 quotient (8 X 5 = 40) and 2 remainder it means that she needs to buy more flour after 5 days,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 5.

Caleb has 76 apples. He wants to bake as many pies as he can. If it takes 8 apples to make each pie, how many apples will he use? How many apples will not be used?

Answer:

Caleb uses 72 apples, 4 apples will not be used,

Explanation:

Given Caleb has 76 apples. He wants to bake as many pies as he can. If it takes 8 apples to make each pie, number of apples will he uses are

76 Ã· 8 = 9 quotient (8 X 9 = 72), 4 remainder it means number of apples used are

8 X 9 = 72 apples and apples not used are 4,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 6.

Forty-five people are going to the beach. Seven people can ride in each van. How many vans will be required to get everyone to the beach?

Answer:

7 vans are required to get everyone to the beach,

Explanation:

Given Forty-five people are going to the beach.

Seven people can ride in each van.

Number of vans will be required to get everyone to the beach are 45 Ã· 7 = 6 quotient (7 X 6 = 42), 3 remainder it means 6 vans full and 3 people remaining therefore 7 vans are required to get everyone to the beach,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 14 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Use the RDW process to solve the following problem.

Fifty-three students are going on a field trip. The students are divided into groups of 6 students. How many groups of 6 students will there be?

If the remaining students form a smaller group, and one chaperone is assigned to every group, how many total chaperones are needed?

Answer:

8 groups of 6 students will be there and 1 chaperones are needed,

Explanation:

Given Fifty-three students are going on a field trip.

The students are divided into groups of 6 students.

Number of groups of 6 students will there be are

53 Ã· 6 = 8 quotient (6 X 8 = 48), 5 remainder it means

that 8 groups of 6 students will be there

and If the remaining students form a smaller group,

and one chaperone is assigned to every group,

number of chaperones are needed is 1 as

5 students form one smaller group,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 14 Homework Answer Key

Use the RDW process to solve the following problems.

Question 1.

Linda makes booklets using 2 sheets of paper. She has 17 sheets of paper. How many of these booklets can she make? Will she have any extra paper?How many sheets?

Answer:

Linda can make 8 booklets, Yes, she will have

extra paper, 1 sheet,

Explanation:

Given Linda makes booklets using 2 sheets of paper. She has 17 sheets of paper.

Number of these booklets can she make are 17 Ã· 2 = 8 quotient (2 X 8 = 16),

1 remainder means Linda can make 8 booklets,

Yes, she will have extra paper, 1 sheet,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 2.

Linda uses thread to sew the booklets together. She cuts 6 inches of thread for each booklet. How many booklets can she stitch with 50 inches of thread?

Will she have any unused thread after stitching up the booklets? If so, how much?

Answer:

Linda can stitch 8 booklets with 50 inches of thread,

Yes, she will have any unused thread after stitching up the booklets, 2 inches of the thread,

Explanation:

Given Linda uses thread to sew the booklets together.

She cuts 6 inches of thread for each booklet.

The number of booklets can she stitch with 50 inches of thread is 50 inches Ã· 6 inches = 8 quotient (6 X 8 = 48),

2 remainder means Linda can stitch 8 booklets with 50 inches of thread,

Yes, she will have any unused thread after stitching up the booklets, 2 inches of the thread,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 3.

Ms. Rochelle wants to put her 29 students into groups of 6. How many groups of 6 can she make? If she puts any remaining students in a smaller group,

how many students will be in that group?

Answer:

Ms.Rochelle can make 4 groups of 6 students,

In smaller group there will be 5 students,

Explanation:

Given Ms. Rochelle wants to put her 29 students into groups of 6. Number of groups she can make are 29 Ã· 6 = 4 quotient (6 X 4 = 24) and 5 remainder means Ms.Rochelle can make 4 groups of 6 students

In smaller group there will be 5 students,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 4.

A trainer gives his horse, Caballo, 7 gallons of water every day from a 57-gallon container. How many days will Caballo receive his full portion of water from the container? On which number day will the trainer need to refill the container of water?

Answer:

Number of days Caballo receive his full portion of water from the container is 8 days,

On day 9th the trainer need to refill the conatiner of water,

Explanation:

Given a trainer gives his horse, Caballo, 7 gallons of water every day from a 57-gallon container.

Number of days Caballo receive his full portion of water from the container is 57 Ã· 7 = 8 quotient (7 X 8 = 56)

and 1 remainder means 8 days and on day 9th the trainer need to refill the conatiner of water,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 5.

Meliza has 43 toy soldiers. She lines them up in rows of 5 to fight imaginary zombies. How many of these rows can she make?

After making as many rows of 5 as she can, she puts the remaining soldiers in the last row. How many soldiers are in that row?

Answer:

Meliza makes 8 number of rows of 5 fight imaginary zombies,

In the last row number of soldiers are 3,

Explanation:

Given Meliza has 43 toy soldiers. She lines them up in rows of 5 to fight imaginary zombies.

So number of rows she can make are 43 Ã· 5 = 8 quotient (5 X 8 = 40) and 3 remainder means

Meliza makes 8 number of rows of 5 fight imaginary zombies,

In the last row number of soldiers are 3,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.

Question 6.

Seventy-eight students are separated into groups of 8 for a field trip. How many groups are there? The remaining students form a smaller group of how many students?

Answer:

There are 9 groups of 8 students for a field trip and in smaller group there are 6 students,

Explanation:

Given Seventy-eight students are separated into groups of 8 for a field trip. So number of groups are 78 Ã· 8 = 9 quotient (8 X 9 = 72) and 6 remainder means there are 9 groups of 8 students for a field trip and in smaller group there are 6 students,

Solved the problems using RDW process as shown above.