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## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 13 Lesson 1 Answer Key Describe Equal Parts of a Whole

I Can identify, draw, and name equal parts of a whole that is divided in different ways.

**Spark Your Learning**

Shen, Missy, Aisha, and Zane make flags of the same size with 4 different color sections. Which students divide their flags equally? Which students divide their flags into sections that are not equal?

Zane says his sections are equal in size to Missy’s sections. Is he correct? Explain how you know.

Answer:

Explanation:

Yes, Zane and Missy divided their flags in equal sizes.

As they both divided flags in equal sizes so, their sections also will be equal but with different lengths.

**Turn and Talk** How can you tell when a shape is divided into equal-sized parts?

Answer:

If all the parts of a shape are the same size, then the shape is divided into equal parts.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Seth compares the flags of different countries.

A. Which flags show a whole divided into equal parts?

Answer:

Explanation:

The flags of France and Indonesia divided the whole into equal parts. So, i circled he flags the flags of France and Indonesia.

Connect to Vocabulary

A whole is all of the parts that make up one shape or group. If all the parts of a whole are the same size, then the whole is divided into equal parts.

B. Which flags show a whole divided into unequal parts?

Answer:

The flags of Colombia and Czech Republic show a whole divided into unequal parts.

C. Into how many equal or unequal parts is the flag of Indonesia divided?

Answer:

The flag of Indonesia is divided into 2 equal parts.

D. Draw one flag with equal parts and one flag with unequal parts on the grid. Explain how you know that your flags have equal or unequal parts.

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew 2 flags, flag of Chile which divides the whole into unequal parts and the flag of Ire land which divides the whole into equal parts.

**Turn and Talk** How can you tell when a shape has been divided into unequal parts?

Answer:

If all the parts of a shape are not the same size, then the shape is divided into unequal parts.

Question 2.

The 137th Street School holds a contest for a new flag design. The school wants all flags to be divided into equal parts.

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts.

Match the flag with the name of the total number of equal parts the whole flag shows.

Answer:

Explanation:

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts. So, i matched the names of equal parts with the shapes based on the number of equal parts.

**Turn and Talk** Do equal parts of a whole need to be the same shape? Explain.

Answer:

No equal parts of a whole need not to be same shape but should be of equal size.

**Check Understanding**

Question 1.

A circle is divided into eighths. How many equal parts does the circle have?

Answer:

8

Explanation:

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts.

If circle is divided into eights then their will be 8 equal parts in the circle.

Question 2.

Is the square divided into thirds? Explain.

Answer:

No

Explanation:

No, the square is not divided into thirds as the parts of the square are not of same size.

**On Your Own**

Write whether the shape is divided into equal parts or unequal parts.

Question 3.

The parts are __________.

Answer:

The parts are equal

Explanation:

The shape is divided into two parts and the parts are of same size. So, the shape is divided into equal parts.

Question 4.

The parts are __________.

Answer:

The parts are unequal

Explanation:

The shape is divided into four parts and the parts are not of same size. So, the shape is divided into unequal parts.

Question 5.

The parts are __________.

Answer:

The parts are equal

Explanation:

The shape is divided into four parts and the parts are not in same shape but are in same size. So, the shape is divided into equal parts.

**Write the name for the equal parts.**

Question 6.

Answer:

Sixths

Explanation:

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts.

The given shape is divided into 6 parts. So, the name of the equal parts is sixths.

Question 7.

Answer:

Fourths

Explanation:

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts.

The given shape is divided into 4 parts. So, the name of the equal parts is fourths.

Question 8.

Answer:

Halves

Explanation:

The name of the equal parts of a whole depends on the total number of equal parts.

The given shape is divided into 2 equal halves. So, the name of the equal parts is halves.

Question 9.

**STEM** A biologist wants to measure how far bees travel from their hive to obtain nectar. How should the biologist divide this flower field into equal-sized sections? Labe! the sections 1-6 to record where the bees visit. Explain how you would analyze the results of the experiment.

Answer:

Explanation:

The biologist divides the field into 8 equal parts

The name of equal parts is eighths

I labeled the sections 1 – 6 to record where the bees visit and colored the parts.

Now, the biologist can understand the how far the bee can travel.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

What is still unclear to me about finding equal parts of a whole?

Answer: