# Into Math Grade 2 Module 16 Lesson 1 Answer Key Use Drawings to Represent Three-Digit Addition

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## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 16 Lesson 1 Answer Key Use Drawings to Represent Three-Digit Addition

I Can draw quick pictures to add three-digit numbers.

How many puzzle pieces does Gian use?

Gian uses ________ pieces
Ana and Gian complete a puzzle with 245 pieces. Ana uses 130 pieces. Gian uses the rest of the puzzle pieces. How many pieces does Gian use? Show how to add to solve the problem. Have children draw to show what they did.
let n be the pieces that Gain used
n = 245 – 130
n = 115
Gian uses 115 pieces

Build Understanding

For a reading contest, Claro reads 321 pages in June and 156 pages in July. How many pages does Clara read?

A. How can you make a concrete model to represent the pages Clara reads in June and July? Draw a visual model to show your work.

B. How many hundreds, tens, and ones are there in all?
_________ hundreds _________ tens ________ ones

4 hundreds 7 tens 7 ones

C. Solve. How many pages does Clara read?
________ pages

Turn and Talk How many tens slicks are needed to represent the value of a hundred block? Explain.
10 tens slicks are needed to represent the value of a hundred block

Step It Out

Question 1.

A. Draw quick pictures to show each number.

_________ hundreds _________ tens ________ ones
5 hundreds 7 tens 6 ones

C. Write the sum. ______
576

Check Understanding

Question 1.
Mr. Wade has 236 pennies and 232 nickels. Add 236 and 232. Draw quick pictures. Write how many hundreds, tens, and ones in all. Then write the total number of coins.

_________ hundreds _________ tens ________ ones
________ coins

Explanation:
4 hundreds 6 tens 8 ones
468 coins

Question 2.
Attend to Precision The workers at a store stack 254 cons in the morning and 142 cans ¡n the afternoon. How many cons do they stock? Draw quick pictures. Write the number of hundreds, tens, and ones. Solve.

_________ hundreds _________ tens ________ ones
________ cans

Explanation:
The workers at a store stack 254 cons in the morning
and 142 cans ¡n the afternoon.
254 + 142 =  396

Question 3.
How does drawing quick pictures help you find the number of cons the workers stocked? Explain.