We included **HMH Into Math Grade 2 Answer Key PDF** **Module 12 Lesson 3 Represent and Record Two-Digit Addition **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 12 Lesson 3 Answer Key Represent and Record Two-Digit Addition

I Can represent and record two-digit addition with and without regrouping.

**Spark Your Learning**

How can you represent Brianna’s cat and dog books? How many books about cats or dogs does she have?

Brianna has _________ cat or dog books.

Read the following: Brianna has 12 books about cats. She has 11 books about dogs. How many books about cats or dogs does she have?

Answer:

Given that,

The total number of books about cats near Brianna is 12

The total number of books about dogs near Brianna is 11

Therefore 12 + 11 = 23

There are 23 books she has.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Kurt has 57¢. His friend gives him 35¢. How much money does Kurt hove now?

A. How can you use tools to show the two addends for this problem? Draw to show what you did.

Answer:

Given that

Kurt has money = 57 cents.

Her friend given = 35 cents.

The total money near Kurt = 57 + 35 = 92

Kurt has 92 cents.

B. Are there 10 ones to regroup?

Answer:

Yes, there are 10 ones to regroup.

Adding 57 + 35 in this case you need to regroup the numbers.

when you add the ones place digits 7 + 5, you get 12 which means 1 ten and 2 ones.

Know to regroup the tens into the tens place and leave the ones. Then 57 + 35 = 92.

C. Regroup 10 ones as 1 ten. Write a 1 in the tens column to show the regrouped ten.

Answer:

D. How many ones are left after regrouping? Write the number of ones left over in the ones place.

Answer:

After regrouping the number of ones left over in the one place is 2.

E. How many tens are there in all? Write the number of tens ¡n the tens place.

Answer:

The number of tens in the tens place is 9.

F. How much money does Kurt have now?

________ ¢

Answer:

Given that

Kurt has money = 57 cents.

Her friend given = 35 cents.

The total money near Kurt = 57 + 35 = 92

Kurt has 92 cents.

Question 2.

Mateo and his friends make a list of two-digit numbers. He chooses two of the numbers to add.

A. How can you draw quick pictures to help you find the sum of 26 and 46?

Answer:

B. How can you add the ones? Regroup if you need to. Show your work in the chart.

Answer:

26 + 46 = 72

Adding 26 + 46 in this case you need to regroup the numbers.

when you add the ones place digits 6 + 6, you get 12 which means 1 ten and 2 ones.

Know to regroup the tens into the tens place and leave the ones. Then 26 + 46 = 72.

C. How can you odd the tens? Show your work in the chart.

Answer:

D. What is the sum?

Answer:

26 + 46 = 72

Adding 26 with 46 then we get 72.

**Turn and Talk** Are there two numbers from that Mateo could add without regrouping?

Answer:

52, 11, 25 and 74

Any two numbers can add without regrouping. Because the addition of one’s place digit is less than the 10.

**Step It Out**

Question 1.

Add 47 and 37.

A. Find How many ones in all. Regroup if you need to. Write a I in the tens column to show the regrouped ten.

Answer:

Adding 47 + 37 in this case you need to regroup the numbers.

when you add the ones place digits 7 + 7, you get 14 which means 1 ten and 4 ones.

Know to regroup the tens into the tens place and leave the ones. Then 47 + 37 = 84.

B. Write the number of ones left over in the ones place.

Answer:

Number of ones left over in the ones place is 4.

C. Write the number of tens in the tens place.

Answer:

Number of tens in the tens place is 8.

D. Write the sum.

Answer:

47 + 37 = 84

Adding 47 with 37 then we get 84.

**Check Understanding**

Question 1.

There are 65 apples on a tree. There are 28 apples on another tree. How many apples are on the trees? Draw to show the addition.

________ apples

Answer:

Given that,

The total number of apples on the tree = 65

The total number of apple on the another tree = 28

The total number of apples = 65 + 28 = 93.

**On Your Own**

Question 2.

**Attend to Precision** Mrs. Meyers plants 34 flowers. Mrs. Owens plants 42 flowers. How many flowers do they plant? Draw to show the addition.

_________ flowers

Answer:

Given that,

Mrs. Meyers plants 34 flowers.

Mrs. Owens plants 42 flowers.

The total number of flowers = 34 + 42 = 76.

Question 3.

**Reason** Did you need to regroup 10 ones as 1 ten in Problem 2? Explain.

Answer:

No need to regroup 10 ones as 1 ten. Because the addition of one’s place digits is less than 10.

So, there is no need to regroup.

Question 4.

**Open Ended** Rewrite Problem 2 with different numbers so that you need to regroup when you odd. Then solve.

Answer:

Mrs. Meyers plants 36 flowers. Mrs. Owens plants 45 flowers. How many flowers do they plant? Draw to show the addition.

36 + 45 = 81

Adding 36 + 45 in this case you need to regroup the numbers.

when you add the ones place digits 6 + 5, you get 11 which means 1 ten and 1 ones.

Know to regroup the tens into the tens place and leave the ones.

Question 5.

**Use Structure** There are 25 big dogs and 19 small dogs at the dog park. How many dogs are at the park?

_________ dogs

Answer:

Given that,

The total number of big dogs = 25.

The total number of small dogs = 19.

The total number of dogs = 25 + 19 = 44.

Question 6.

Add 16 and 23.

Answer:

16 + 23 = 39

There is no need of regrouping.

Question 7.

Add 44 + 49

Answer:

Adding 44 + 49 in this case you need to regroup the numbers.

when you add the ones place digits 4 + 9, you get 13 which means 1 ten and 3 ones.

Know to regroup the tens into the tens place and leave the ones.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

How do I make sure I’m not distracting others when I’m working?

Answer:

Put yourself in the free distraction mode.