# Into Math Grade 2 Module 22 Lesson 5 Answer Key Different Ways to Show Equal Shares

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## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 22 Lesson 5 Answer Key Different Ways to Show Equal Shares

I Can draw to show the same wholes as equal shares in two different ways.

How can you show halves of a square two different ways?  Read the following: Alex has a plain waffle and a blueberry waffle that are the same size. He wants to share half of each waffle with his brother. Draw to show two different ways Alex can cut the waffles into halves.
Alex has a plain waffle and a blueberry waffle that are the same size.
He wants to share half of each waffle with his brother.
Halves are nothing but cutting the square into two equal parts. Build Understanding

Question 1.
Draw two different ways to show equal shares.
A. halves Halves are nothing but cutting the rectangle into two equal parts. B. thirds  Thirds are nothing but cutting the rectangle into three equal parts.
So, we have to cut the rectangle into three parts.

C. fourth  Fourths are nothing but cutting the rectangle into four equal parts.
So, we have to cut the rectangle into four parts.

Turn and Talk Compare the halves in one rectangle with the halves in the other. Describe what you see.?
Answer: The halves in the first rectangle are a rectangle and the halves in the second rectangle is a square.

Step It Out

Question 1.
Work with a partner. Use two pieces of paper that are the same size. Fold each paper two different ways. Draw to show both ways. A. Fold the paper into halves.  We can fold the paper in two different ways one is vertical and the other is horizontal. The halves in the first rectangle are a rectangle and the halves in the second rectangle is a square.

B. Fold the paper into halves again.  We can fold the paper in two different ways one is vertical and the other is horizontal. The halves in the first rectangle are a rectangle and the halves in the second rectangle are a rectangle.

C. Draw to show fourths two different ways.  The fourths in the first rectangle are a rectangle and the fourths in the second rectangle are a rectangle.

Check Understanding

Question 1.
Jake wants to cut a tile into halves. Draw two different ways he can cut the tile in half.  The halves in the first square are a rectangle and the halves in the second square are a rectangle.

Question 2.
Attend to Precision Sona folds a poster into thirds. Draw two different ways Sona might fold the poster into thirds.  The thirds in the first square are a rectangle and the thirds in the second square are a rectangle.

Question 3.
Draw two different ways to show halves.  Question 4.
Draw two different ways to show fourths.  Question 5.
Use Structure Use your drawings to compare the fourths in the two rectangles. 