# Into Math Grade 3 Module 13 Answer Key Understand Fractions as Numbers

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## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 13 Answer Key Understand Fractions as Numbers

Visual Artist
Visual art is any art you can see—like photos, paintings, movies, and sculpture. You see the work of visual artists every day. All the posters, books, and photos you see are designed or made by visual artists!

Did you know that the world’s oldest known works of art, cave paintings found in France, were made by visual artists who lived over 20,000 years ago?

The painting above was painted by a Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. Mondrian often painted differently-sized vertical and horizontal rectangles colored red, yellow, blue, white, and black. His paintings continue to inspire designs in furniture, lamps, fabrics, clothing, dinnerware, and more. There is even a map of the world painted with just Mondrian rectangles.

Here is a puzzle inspired by Mondrian. Draw a square on grid paper that measures 10 units on each side. Can you divide the square into rectangles that each have a different size and shape? Color your rectangles red, blue, yellow, and black.

Learning Mindset Strategic Help-Seeking Identifies Sources of Help

We all use tools to help ourselves. A toothbrush is a tool to keep your teeth clean. What tools do you use to get to school? Do you walk or ride a bicycle? Or does someone drive you in a car or a bus? You also use tools for learning. The grid paper, pencil, and crayons or markers you used to design the puzzle inspired by Mondrian are also tools. Using the proper tools helps you work more efficiently.

Reflect

Question 1.
The instructions of the puzzle helped us to complete the task step by step. Yes, the instructions are effective tools for me to complete the task.

Question 2.
Were the rectangles also tools? What other tools did you use?
Yes, the rectangles are also tools to sort the puzzle. I used scissors, ruler a pencil etc.

How Can I Share Clay?

• You have a circle of blue clay.
• Your partner has a rectangle of yellow clay.
• You both want to share each color of clay equally.
• Draw a line that shows how your partner could cut the yellow clay so you both have the same amount.
• Draw a line that shows how you could cut the blue clay so you both have the same amount.

Explanation:
I drew a line in middle of the rectangle to show how my partner could cut the yellow clay so you both have the same amount.
I also drew a line i middle of the circle to show how i could cut the blue clay so you both have the same amount.

Turn and Talk

Share your drawings with other groups. How are the ways you cut the clay the same, and how are they different?
Some of the ways are same as i cut and some are different.

Could the blue clay be shared equally among three friends? Explain.
No, the blue clay cannot be shared equally among three friend as we cannot divide a circle into 3 equal parts.

Complete these problems to review prior concepts and skills you will need for this module.

Halves and Fourths

Question 1.

Explanation:
I divided the rectangle into two equal parts and shaded 1 part, 1 part of 2 is called half. So, i shaded half of the rectangle.

Question 2.
Draw lines to show fourths.

Explanation:
Fourths means four equal parts. So, i drew 2 lines in the circle to represent four equal parts.

Equal Shares

Question 3.
Circle the shape that is divided into 4 equal shares.

Explanation:
I drew a circle around the shape that is equally divided into four parts.

Parts of a Whole

Question 4.
Draw two different ways to show fourths. Shade one fourth of each shape.