# Into Math Grade 2 Module 7 Lesson 4 Answer Key Show Amounts in Different Ways

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## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 7 Lesson 4 Answer Key Show Amounts in Different Ways

I Can use different coins to show the same money amount in different ways.

Show 10¢ in two different ways.

Provide play coins (pennies, nickels, and dimes) for each group. Read the following: Amanda says she can show 10¢ in two different ways. How can you show 10¢ in two different ways? Children may use the coins or draw a picture to show their work.

2 nickel or 1 dime.

Explanation:
As Amanda says she can show 10¢ in two different ways, so the different ways will be 2 nickels which is 10¢ and 1 dime which is 10¢.

Build Understanding

Mae wants to buy a toy for 25¢. Mae only has nickels. How many nickels does she need to buy the toy?
A. Which coin has a value of 25¢? Circle the answer.
penny nickel dime quarter

Quarter.

Explanation:
Quarter coin has a value of 25¢.

B. How can you show how many nickels have a total value of 25¢?

C. How many nickels have the same value as 1 quarter?
___ nickels

5 nickels.

Explanation:
To get the same value as 1 quarter we need 5 nickels as 1 nickel is 5 cents and 1 quarter is 25 cents. So 5 nickels is 5×5 which is 25 cents.

D. How many nickels does Mae need to buy the toy?
___ nickels

5 nickels.

Explanation:
Mae needs 5 nickels to buy the toy.

Turn and Talk How did knowing the value of 1 nickel help you find how many nickels have a total value of 25¢? Explain.

Owen buys a spinning top toy for 50¢. Draw two ways to show 50¢.
A. What is the value of a dime? ___

10 cents.

Explanation:
The value of a 1 dime is 10 cents.

B. How can you show how many dimes have a total value of 50¢?

5 dimes.

Explanation:
As 1 dime is 10 cents, so for 50 cents we need 5 dimes.

C. Which coin has a value of 25¢?
penny nickel dime quarter

Quarter.

Explanation:
The coin that has a value of 25¢ is quarter.

D. How can you show how many quarters have a total value of 50¢?

We need 2 quarters.

Explanation:
We need 2 quarters to have a total value of 50¢. As 1 quarter is 25 cents and 2 quarters will be 25+25 which is 50 cents.

Step It Out

1. Pamela buys some stickers for 40¢. Draw coins to show two ways to pay 40¢.

A. Draw coins to show one way to pay 40¢.
_____________

The one way to pay 40¢ is with 4 dimes as 1 dime is 10¢.

B. Draw coins to show a different
_____________

The other way to pay 40¢ is 2 dimes and 4 nickel which makes 40 cents.

Check Understanding Math Board

Question 1.
Milo has 10¢. He only has nickels. How many nickels have the same total value as 10¢, or 1 dime? Draw to solve.
_____ nickels
2 nickels.

Explanation:
Given that Milo has 10¢ and he only has nickels. So the Milo needs 2 nickels to make 10¢ or 1 dime.

Question 2.
Use Repeated Reasoning Liam wants to buy a toy dinosaur for 30¢. Draw coins to show two ways to make 30¢.

2 nickels and 2 dimes or 3 dimes to pay.

Explanation:
Given that Liam wants to buy a toy dinosaur for 30¢. So Liam needs 2 nickels and 2 dimes or 3 dimes to pay.

Question 3.
Use Tools Draw coins to show two ways to make 55¢.
To make 55¢ we need 2 quarters and a nickel.

Question 4.
Annie buys a toy whistle for 35¢. Draw coins to show two ways to pay 35¢.

1 quarter and 1 dime or 3 dimes and 1 nickel.

Explanation:
As Annie bought a toy whistle for 35¢, he needs 1 quarter and 1 dime or 3 dimes and 1 nickel which makes 35 cents.

Question 5.
Open Ended Choose a money amount greater than 20¢ and less than 90¢. Draw coins to show the amount in two ways.