# Into Math Grade 1 Module 11 Lesson 4 Answer Key Compare Numbers

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## HMH Into Math Grade 1 Module 11 Lesson 4 Answer Key Compare Numbers

I Can compare two-digit numbers to solve problems.

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Question 1.
Use the clues to find how many acorns Mai has.

• Joe has 63 acorns.
• Mai has fewer acorns than Joe.
• Mai has more than 54 acorns.

A. Joe has _________ acorns.
Is the number of acorns Mai has equal to, greater than, or less than the number of acorns Joe has?
equal to
greater than
less than
Joe has 63 acorns

Explanation:
The number acorns Mai has is less than the number of acorns joe has
So, Mai will not have 63, 64 and 68 acorns.

So, cross out the baskets with numbers greater than or equal to 63.

Explanation:
I crossed the numbers 63, 64 and 68 as they are equal and greater than 63.

B. Mai has more than __________ acorns.
Circle the basket of acorns that belongs to Mai.

C. Mai has __________ acorns.
Mai has 55 acorns

Explanation:
I drew a circle around the basket that has the number 55
55 < 63 and 55 > 53
So, Mai has 55 acorns.

Question 2.
The table shows the number of Number butterflies 5 children make.

Sally makes 36 butterflies. Carlos makes more than Sally but fewer than 42. How many butterflies does Carlos make?

Use the information in the problem to solve.

A. Sally makes __________ butterflies.
Is the number of butterflies Carlos makes equal to, greater than, or less than the number of butterflies Sally makes?
equal to
greater than
less than
Sally makes 36 butterflies

Explanation:
The number of butterflies carols makes is greater than the number of butterflies Sally makes
So, Carols will not have 28, 35 and 36 butterflies as they are not less than 36.

So, cross out all the numbers in the table that are less than or equal to 36.

Explanation:
I drew a cross on all numbers that are less than or equal to 36
They are 28, 35 and 36.

B. Carlos makes fewer than __________ butterflies.
Circle the number of butterflies that Carlos makes.

Explanation:
I drew a circle around the number 40 as it is greater than 36 and less than 42.

C. Carlos makes __________ butterflies.
Carlos makes 40 butterflies.

Turn and Talk Explain how you used mental math. How did comparing tens help you solve this problem? How did comparing ones help you solve this problem?
I used mental math for comparing tens
Comparing tens will help to solve if the numbers have different digits in tens place
Comparing ones will help to solve if the numbers have same digit in tens place.

Question 3.
Erika thinks of a number. The number is greater than 21. The number is less than 25. Which of these is her number?

A. The number is greater than ___________.
What numbers will you cross out? __________
Cross out the numbers.

Explanation:
The number is greater than 21
So, i will cross the numbers 19, 20 and 13.

B. The number is less than ___________.
What numbers will you cross out? ___________
Cross out the numbers.

Explanation:
The number is less than 25
So, i will cross the numbers 31 and 26.

C. What is her number?

Explanation:
After crossing all the numbers that are greater than 25 and less than 21,
22 is the number that is left
21 < 22 < 25.
So, i marked the number 22.

Check Understanding

Question 1.
Mursal, Ty, and Lucy gather these shells. Mursal has a pail with more than 20 shells. Lucy has more shells than Mursal. How many shells does Mursal have?

Mursal has __________ shells

Explanation:
Mursal, Ty, and Lucy gather these shells
Mursal has a pail with more than 20 shells
Lucy has more shells than Mursal
25 > 20 and 25 < 31
So, Mursal has 25 shells.

Compare numbers to solve.

Question 2.
The children at a school vote for school president. The table shows how many votes some children get.

Kim gets 52 votes. Jamie gets 32 votes. Ed gets more votes than Jamie but fewer than Kim. How many votes does Ed get?

Explanation:
The children at a school vote for school president
Ed gets more votes than Jamie but fewer than Kim
32 < 47 < 52

Question 3.
Use Repeated Reasoning Owen buys one of these flags. His flag has a number greater than 65. His flag has a number less than 82. Which flag does Owen buy?

Explanation:
Owen buys one of these flags
His flag has a number greater than 65
His flag has a number less than 82
72 is less than 82 and greater than 65
65 < 72 < 82.

Write <, > or =.

Question 4.
19 20
19 20

Explanation:
19 is less than 20.

Question 5.
72 97
72 97

explanation:
72 is less than 97.

Question 6.
86 68
86 68

Explanation:
86 is greater than 68.

Question 7.
79 79
79 79

Explanation:
79 is equal to 79.

Question 8.
28 83
28   83

Explanation:
28 is less than 83.

Question 9.
55 53
55 53

Explanation:
55 is greater than 53.

Question 10.
31 15
31 15

Explanation:
31 is greater than 15.

Question 11.
62 62
62 62

Explanation:
62 is equal to 62.

Question 12.
90 10
90 10

Explanation:
90 is greater than 10.

Question 13.
Reason Chloe has 19 marbles, and Daniel has 21 marbles. Martin has more marbles than Chloe but fewer marbles than Daniel. How many marbles does Martin have?

Martin has _________ marbles.
Martin has 20 marbles

Explanation:
Chloe has 19 marbles, and Daniel has 21 marbles
Martin has more marbles than Chloe but fewer marbles than Daniel
20 is greater than 19 and less than 31
So, Martin has 20 marbles.

Question 14.
Construct Argmuments My number is less than 73 and greater than 69. Which of these could be my number? Circle the number.

Explanation:
I drew circle around the number 71
69 < 71 > 73
My number 71 is less than 73 and greater than 69.

Question 15.
Reason My number is greater than 34 and less than 43. Which of these could be my number? There may be more than one answer. Circle the numbers.

Explanation:
I dew circles around the numbers 37 and 40
34 < 37 > 43 and
34< 40 > 43
My number could be 37 or 40 because 37 and 40 are greater than 34 and less than 43.

Question 16.
Reason Write true or false.
Any number greater than 50 is also greater than 48._______
No

Explanation:
49 and 50 are greater than 48 but
49 and 50 are not greater than 50.

Any number less than 50 is also less than 30. _______
No

Explanation:
The numbers up to 29 are less than 30
The numbers less than 50 and more than 29 are not less than 30.

Question 17.
Open-Ended Karen and Sergio pick lemons from their tree. Show how many lemons they each could pick. Use the clues to complete the table.

• On Tuesday, Sergio picks fewer lemons than Karen.
• On Wednesday, Sergio picks more lemons than Karen.
• On Thursday, Karen picks the same number of lemons as Sergio.

Explanation:
I completed the table using the clues given
On Tuesday, Sergio picks fewer lemons than Karen
That is less than 19
15 < 19
On Wednesday, Sergio picks more lemons than Karen
That is greater than 25
28 > 25
On Thursday, Karen picks the same number of lemons as Sergio.
That is equal to 30
30 = 30.

Question 18.
Reason Use the table. On what days does Karen pick more than 20 lemons?
__________ and ___________
Wednesday and Thursday

Explanation:
Karen picked 25 and 30 lemon which are greater than 20
So, Karen picked more lemons on Wednesday and Thursday.

Open-Ended Write a number to make the comparison true.

Question 19.
__________ = 28
28 = 28

Explanation:
28 is equal to 28
So, I wrote the number 28 to make the comparison true.

Question 20.
__________ < 28
20 < 28

Explanation:
28 is less than 28
So, i wrote the number 20 to make the comparison true.

Question 21.
__________ > 28
30 > 28

Explanation:
30 is greater than 28
So, I wrote the number 30 to make the comparison true.

Question 22.
89 = __________
89 = 89

Explanation:
89 is equal to 89
So, I wrote the number 89 to make the comparison true.

Question 23.
89 > __________
89 > 79

Explanation:
79 is less than 89
So, I wrote the number 79 to make the comparison true.

Question 24.
89 < __________