# Into Math Grade 2 Module 17 Lesson 4 Answer Key Represent Regrouping with Zeros

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## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 17 Lesson 4 Answer Key Represent Regrouping with Zeros

I Can represent and solve three-digit subtraction problems when there are zeros in the number I start with.

Find how many boxes were unloaded in the morning. Show your work.

The Morales family just moved to Springville. They have 5H3 small boxes in their moving truck. All morning, the family works to unload boxes from the truck. At lunchtime, there are 280 boxes still in the truck. How many boxes did the family unload in the morning? Show the steps you and your partner took to find the
Number of small boxes = 543
543 – 280 = 263
263 boxes that the family unload in the morning

Build Understanding

Last winter, there were 408 butterflies in a butterfly garden. Then 126 butterflies were released into the wild. Now how many butterflies are in the garden?

A. Represent this problem with o concrete model. Then, draw a visual model to show your work.

B. Did you need to regroup to find the answer?
Circle Yes or No. yes no
Yes, we need to regroup.

C. Show how you subtracted. Record any regrouping.

D. Solve.
_________ bufferflies
282 bufferflies
Explanation:
there were 408 butterflies in a butterfly garden.
Then 126 butterflies were released into the wild.
408 – 126 = 282
282  butterflies are in the garden

Turn and Talk How would the regrouping change if you were adding butterflies instead of subtracting?
If subtracting we are regrouping in tens
In addition we are taking carry forward to the tens.

Step It Out

Question 1.
500 – 246 = ________

A. Find the difference.

B. Did you regroup 1 hundred for 10 ones?
yes
no
Did you regroup 1 ten for 10 ones?
yes
no
Yes , we regrouped one hundred for ten ones
Yes , we regrouped one hundred for ten ones

C. How many hundreds, tens, and ones are there after all regrouping?
_________ hundreds
_________ tens
_________ ones
2 hundreds
5 tens
4 ones
Explanation:
The difference of 500 – 246 = 254

Check Understanding

Question 1.
Miss Chatson has 700 rocks. She displays 255 rocks. The rest of the rocks are in boxes. How many rocks are in boxes? Use a visual model to solve.

__________ rocks

Explanation:
Miss Chatson has 700 rocks.
She displays 255 rocks.
The rest of the rocks are in boxes.
700 – 255 = 445
445 rocks are in boxes

Attend to Precision Find the difference. Show your work with a visual model.

Question 2.
Vanessa trains for a race. In May, she runs 800 minutes. In June, she runs 446 minutes. How many more minutes does Vanessa run in May than in June?

_________ more minutes
354 more minutes
Explanation:
In May, Vanessa runs 800 minutes.
In June, Vanessa runs 446 minutes.
800 – 446 = 354
354 more minutes that Vanessa run in May than in June

Question 3.
Mr. Franco has 420 pennies. He spends 275 pennies. How many pennies does Mr. Franco hove now?

___________ pennies

Explanation:
Mr. Franco has 420 pennies.
He spends 275 pennies.
420 – 275 = 145
145  pennies that Mr. Franco hove now

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

What makes me curious about regrouping with zeros? How did Problem 2 challenge me?