## Engage NY Eureka Math 4th Grade Module 3 Lesson 5 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 5 Problem Set Answer Key

Draw place value disks to represent the value of the following expressions.

Question 1.
2 Ã— 3 = __6____
2 times __3___ ones is __6___ ones.

2 X 3 = 6,
2 times 3 ones is 6 ones,
3
X 2
6__

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 2 X 3 = 6.

Question 2.
2 Ã— 30 = ___60___
2 times __3___ tens is __6 tens_______ .

2 X 30 = 60,
2 times 3 tens is 6 tens,
30
X 2
60_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 2 X 30 = 60.

Question 3.
2 Ã— 300 = ___600___
2 times ___hundreds ___ is _____6 hundreds________.

2 X 300 = 600,
2 times 3 hundreds is 6 hundreds,
300
X 2
600_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 2 X 300 = 600.

Question 4.
2 Ã— 3,000 = __6,000____
__2__ times ___3 thousands___ is ____6 thousands____ .

2 X 3,000 = 6,000,
2 times 3 thousands is 6 thousands,
3,000
XÂ  Â 2
6,000_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 2 X 3,000 = 6,000.

Question 5.
Find the product

Explanation:
Given a. 20 X 7 = 140, multiplying 20 with 7 we get 140,

b. 3 X 60 = 180, multiplying 3 with 60 we get 180,

c. 3 X 400 = 1,200, multiplying 3 with 400 we get 1,200,

d. 2 X 800 = 1,600, multiplying 2 with 800 we get 1,600,

e. 7 X 30 = 210, multiplying 7 with 30 we get 210,

f. 60 X 6 = 360, multiplying 60 with 6 we get 360,

g. 400 X 4 = 1,600, multiplying 400 with 4 we get 1,600,

h. 4 X 8,000 = 32,000, multiplying 4 with 8,000 we get 32,000,

i. 5 X 30 = 150, multiplying 5 with 30 we get 150,

j. 5 X 60 = 300, multiplying 5 with 60 we get 300,

k. 5 X 400 = 2,000, multiplying 5 with 400 we get 2,000,

l. 8,000 X 5 = 40,000, multiplying 8,000 with 5 we get 40,000.

Question 6.
Brianna buys 3 packs of balloons for a party. Each pack has 60 balloons. How many balloons does Brianna have?
Brianna have 180 balloons in all,

Explanation:
Given Brianna buys 3 packs of balloons for a party, Each pack has 60 balloons. So number of balloons does Brianna have are 3 X 60 balloons = 180 balloons.

Question 7.
Jordan has twenty times as many baseball cards as his brother. His brother has 9 cards. How many cards does Jordan have?
Jordan have 180 cards in total,

Explanation:
Given Jordan has twenty times as many baseball cards as his brother. His brother has 9 cards. So number of cards does Jordan have are 20 X 9 cards = 180 cards.

Question 8.
The aquarium has 30 times as many fish in one tank as Jacob has. The aquarium has 90 fish. How many fish does Jacob have?
Jacob has 3 fishes in all,

Explanation:
Given the aquarium has 30 times as many fish in one tank as Jacob has.
The aquarium has 90 fish.
Number of fishes does Jacob have are 90 fish Ã· 30 = 3 fishes,
(3 X 30 = 90), Therefore, Jacob has 3 fishes in all.

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 5 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Draw place value disks to represent the value of the following expressions.

Question 1.
4 Ã— 200 = ___800___
4 times ____2 hundreds_________ is _______800_________.

4 X 200 = 800,
4 times 2 hundreds is 800,
200
X 4
800_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 4 X 200 = 800.

Question 2.
4 Ã— 2,000 = _8,000_____
___4___ times ____2 thousands_______ is __8 thousands_______.

4 X 2,000 = 8,000,
4 times 2 thousands is 8 thousands,
2,000
XÂ  Â 4
8,000

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 4 X 2,000 = 8,000.

Question 3.
Find the product.

Explanation:
Given a. 30 X 3 = 90, multiplying 30 with 3 we get 90,

b. 8 X 20 = 160, multiplying 8 with 20 we get 160,

c. 6 X 400 = 2,400, multiplying 6 with 400 we get 2,400,

d. 2 X 900 = 1,800, multiplying 2 with 900 we get 1,800,

e. 8 X 80 = 640, multiplying 8 with 80 we get 640,

f. 30 X 4 = 120, multiplying 30 with 4 we get 120,

g. 500 X 6 = 3,000, multiplying 500 with 6 we get 3,000,

h. 8 X 5,000 = 40,000, multiplying 8 with 5,000 we get 40,000.

Question 4.
Bonnie worked for 7 hours each day for 30 days. How many hours did she work altogether?
Bonnie has worked for 210 hours altogether in 30 days,

Explanation:
Given Bonnie worked for 7 hours each day for 30 days.
So number of hours did she work altogether is 7 hours X 30 = 210 hours,
Therefore, Bonnie has worked for 210 hours altogether in 30 days.

### Eureka Math Grade 4 Module 3 Lesson 5 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
5 Ã— 2 = __10____
5 times __2__ ones is __10___ ones.

5 X 2 = 10,
5 times 2 ones is 10 ones,
2
X 5
10__

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 5 X 2 = 10.

Question 2.
5 Ã— 20 = _100_____
5 times ____2______ tens is _____10 tens________________.

5 X 20 = 100,
5 times 2 tens is 10 tens,
20
X 5
100_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 5 X 20 = 100.

Question 3.
5 Ã— 200 = __1,000____
5 times ____2 hundreds______ is ____10 hundreds_____.

5 X 200 = 1,000,
5 times 2 hundreds is 10 hundreds,
200
X 5
1,000_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 5 X 200 = 1,000.

Question 4.
5 Ã— 2,000 = _10,000_____
__5__ times _______2 thousands____ is ___10 thousands________ .

5 X 2,000 = 10,000,
5 times 2 thousands is 10 thousands,
2,000
XÂ  Â  5
10,000_

Explanation:
Drawn place value disks to represent the value of the following expression as shown above as 5 X 2,000 = 10,000.

Question 5.
Find the product.

Explanation:
Given a. 20 X 9 = 180, multiplying 20 with 9 we get 180,

b. 6 X 70 = 420, multiplying 6 with 70 we get 420,

c. 7 X 700 = 4,900, multiplying 7 with 700 we get 4,900,

d. 3 X 900 = 2,700, multiplying 3 with 900 we get 2,700,

e. 9 X 90 = 810, multiplying 9 with 90 we get 810,

f. 40 X 7 = 280, multiplying 40 with 7 we get 280,

g. 600 X 6 = 3,600, multiplying 600 with 6 we get 3,600,

h. 8 X 6,000 = 48,000, multiplying 8 with 6,000 we get 48,000.

i. 5 X 70 = 350, multiplying 5 with 70 we get 350,

j. 5 X 80 = 400, multiplying 5 with 80 we get 400,

k. 5 X 200 = 1,000, multiplying 5 with 200 we get 1,000,

l. 6,000 X 5 = 30,000, multiplying 6,000 with 5 we get 30,000.

Question 6.
At the school cafeteria, each student who orders lunch gets 6 chicken nuggets. The cafeteria staff prepares enough for 300 kids. How many chicken nuggets does the cafeteria staff prepare altogether?