## Engage NY Eureka Math 6th Grade Module 4 Lesson 17 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 17 Exercise Answer Key

Exercises

Station One:

1. The sum of a and b
a + b

2. Five more than twice a number c
5 + 2c or 2c + S

3. Martha bought d number of apples and then ate 6 of them.
d – 6

Station Two:

1. 14 decreased by p
14 – p

2. The total of d and f, divided by 8
$$\frac{d+f}{8}$$ or (d + f) ÷ 8

3. Rashod scored 6 less than 3 times as many baskets as Mike. Mike scored b baskets.
3b – 6

Station Three:
1. The quotient of c and 6
$$\frac{c}{6}$$

2. Triple the sum of x and 17
3(x + 17)

3. Gabrielle had b buttons but then lost 6. Gabrielle took the remaining buttons and split them equally among her 5 friends.
$$\frac{b-6}{5}$$ or (b – 6) ÷ 5

Station Four:

1. d doubled
2d

2. Three more than 4 times a number x
4x + 3 or 3 + 4x

3. Mall has c pleas of candy. She doubles the amount of candy she has and then gives away 15 pieces.
2c – 15

Station Five:

1. f cubed
f3

2. The quantity of 4 increased by a and then the sum is divided by 9.
$$\frac{4+a}{9}$$ or (4 + a) ÷ 9

3. Tai earned 4 points fewer than double Oden’s points. Oden earned p points.
2p – 4

Station Six:

1. The difference between d and 8
d – 8

2. 6 less than the sum of d and 9
(d + 9) – 6

3. Adalyn has x pants and s shirts. She combined them and sold half of them. How many items did Adalyn sell?
$$\frac{x+s}{2}$$ or $$\frac{1}{2}$$(x + s)

### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 17 Problem Set Answer Key

Write an expression using letters and/or numbers for each problem below.

Question 1.
4 less than the quantity of 8 times n
8n – 4

Question 2.
6 times the sum of y and 11
6(y + 11)

Question 3.
The square of m reduced by 49
m2 – 49

Question 4.
The quotient when the quantity of 17 plus p is divided by 8
$$\frac{17+p}{8}$$ or (17 + p) ÷ 8

Question 5.
Jim earned j in tips, and Steve earned s in tips. They combine their tips and then split them equally.
$$\frac{\boldsymbol{j}+s}{2}$$ or (j + s) ÷ 2

Question 6.
Owen has c collector cards. He quadruples the number of cards he has and then combines them with lan, who has j collector cards.
4c + i

Question 7.
Rae runs 4 times as many miles as Madison and Aaliyah combined. Madison runs m miles, and Aaliyah runs a miles.
4(m + a)

Question 8.
By using coupons, Mary Jo is able to decrease the retail price of her groceries, g, by $125. Answer: g – 125 Question 9. To calculate the area of a triangle, you find the product of the base and height and then divide by 2 Answer: $$\frac{b h}{2}$$ or bh ÷ 2 Question 10. The temperature today was 10 degrees colder than twice yesterday’s temperature, t. Answer: 2t – 10 ### Eureka Math Grade 6 Module 4 Lesson 17 Exit Ticket Answer Key Write an expression using letters and/or numbers for each problem below. Question 1. d squared Answer: d2 Question 2. A number x increased by 6, and then the sum is doubled. Answer: 2(x + 6) Question 3. The total of h and b is split into 5 equal groups. Answer: $$\frac{h+b}{5}$$ or (h + b) ÷ 5 Question 4. Jazmin has increased her$45 by m dollars and then spends a third of the entire amount.
$$\frac{45+m}{3}$$ or $$\frac{1}{3}$$(45 + m)

Question 5.
Bill has d more than 3 times the number of baseball cards as Frank. Frank has f baseball cards.
3f + d or d + 3f

Addition of Decimals I – Round 1

Directions: Evaluate each expression. Question 1.
5.1 + 6
11.1

Question 2.
5.1 + 0.6
5.7

Question 3.
5.1 + 0.06
5. 16

Question 4.
5.1 + 0.006
5. 106

Question 5.
5.1 + 0.0006
5. 1006

Question 6.
3 + 2.4
5.4

Question 7.
0.3 + 2.4
2.7

Question 8.
0.03 + 2.4
2.43

Question 9.
0.003 + 2.4
2.403

Question 10.
0.0003 + 2.4
2. 4003

Question 11.
24 + 0.3
24.3

Question 12.
2 + 0.3
2.3

Question 13.
0.2 + 0.03
0.23

Question 14.
0.02 + 0.3
0.32

Question 15.
0.2 + 3
3.2

Question 16.
2 + 0.03
2.03

Question 17.
5 + 0.4
5.4

Question 18.
0.5 + 0.04
0.54

Question 19.
0.05 + 0.4
0.45

Question 20.
0.5 + 4
4.5

Question 21.
5 + 0.04
5.04

Question 22.
0.5 + 0.4
0.9

Question 23.
3.6 + 2.1
5.7

Question 24.
3.6 + 0.21
3.81

Question 25.
3.6 + 0.021
3.621

Question 26.
0.36 + 0.02 1
0.381

Question 27.
0.036 + 0.021
0.057

Question 28.
1.4 + 42
43.4

Question 29.
1.4 + 4.2
5.6

Question 30.
1.4 + 0.42
1.82

Question 31.
1.4 + 0.042
1.442

Question 32.
0.14 + 0.042
0. 182

Question 33.
0.0 14 + 0.042
0.056

Question 34.
0.8 + 2
2.8

Question 35.
0.8 + 0.2
1

Question 36.
0.08 + 0.02
0. 1

Question 37.
0.008 + 0.002
0.01

Question 38.
6 + 0.4
6.4

Question 39.
0.6 + 0.4
1

Question 40.
0.06 + 0.04
0. 1

Question 41.
0.006 + 0.004
0.01

Question 42.
0.1 + 9
9.1

Question 43.
0.1 + 0.9
1

Question 44.
0.01 + 0.09
0.1

Addition of Decimals I – Round 2

Directions: Evaluate each expression. Question 1.
3.2 + 5
8.2

Question 2.
3.2 + 0.5
3.7

Question 3.
3.2 + 0.05
3.25

Question 4.
3.2 + 0.005
3.205

Question 5.
3.2 + 0.0005
3.2005

Question 6.
4 + 5.3
9.3

Question 7.
0.4 + 5.3
5.7

Question 8.
0.04 + 5.3
5.34

Question 9.
0.004 + 5.3
5.304

Question 10.
0.0004 + 5.3
5.3004

Question 11.
4 + 0.53
4.53

Question 12.
6 + 0.2
6.2

Question 13.
0.6 + 0.02
0.62

Question 14.
0.06 + 0.2
0.26

Question 15.
0.6 + 2
2.6

Question 16.
2 + 0.06
2.06

Question 17.
1 + 0.7
1.7

Question 18.
0.1 + 0.07
0. 17

Question 19.
0.01 + 0.7
0.71

Question 20.
0.1 + 7
7.1

Question 21.
1 + 0.07
1.07

Question 22.
0.1 + 0.7
0.8

Question 23.
4.2 + 5.5
9.7

Question 24.
4.2 + 0.55
4.75

Question 25.
4.2 + 0.055
4.255

Question 26.
0.42 + 0.055
0.475

Question 27.
0.042 + 0.055
0.097

Question 28.
2.7 + 12
14.7

Question 29.
2.7 + 1.2
3.9

Question 30.
2.7 + 0.12
2.82

Question 31.
2.7 + 0.012
2.712

Question 32.
0.27 + 0.012
0.282

Question 33.
0.027 + 0.012
0.039

Question 34.
0.7 + 3
3.7

Question 35.
0.7 + 0.3
1

Question 36.
0.07 + 0.03
0. 1

Question 37.
0.007 + 0.003
0.01

Question 38.
5 + 0.5
5.5

Question 39.
0.5 + 0.5
1

Question 40.
0.05 + 0.05
0. 1

Question 41.
0.005 + 0.005
0.01

Question 42.
0.2 + 8