We included HMH Into Math Grade 5 Answer Key PDF Module 17 Review to make students experts in learning maths.

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Question 1.
The honey in the jar was made in 23 beehives. Find an estimate for the amount of honey made in 1 beehive. Amount of honey made in 1 beehive = 1.85 ounces.

Explanation:
Number of beehives made the honey in the jar = 23.
Amount of honey made in the jar = 42.5 ounces.
Amount of honey made in 1 beehive = Amount of honey made in the jar ÷ Number of beehives made the honey in the jar
= 42.5 ÷ 23
= 1.85 ounces.

Question 2.
Use Tools Divide. Tell what strategy or tool you will use to answer the question, explain your choice, and then find the answer. 49.98 ÷ 14 = 3.57.

Explanation:
The division is a method of distributing a group of things into equal parts. It is one of the four basic operations of arithmetic, which gives a fair result of sharing. The division is an operation inverse of multiplication.
49.98 ÷ 14 = 3.57.

Question 3.
Which group of base-ten blocks shows the correct quotient for 4.28 ÷ 4? C 1.07 group of base-ten blocks shows the correct quotient for 4.28 ÷ 4

Explanation:
4.28 ÷ 4 = 1.07. A. 0.17
B. 1.7.
C. 1.07.
D. 1.17.

Question 4.
Write the decimal equation shown by the decimal model. Decimal equation:
1.85 ÷ 5 = 0.37.

Explanation: Decimal equation:
1.85 ÷ 5 = 0.37.

Question 5.
Into how many 31.5-inch pieces of firewood can the log be cut? Number of pieces the log can be cut = 2.

Explanation:
Length of log = 31.5 inch.
Length of the pieces = 15.75 ft.
Number of pieces the log can be cut = Length of log  ÷ Length of the pieces
= 31.5 ÷ 15.75
= 2

Question 6.
What is value of the expression 837 ÷ 103?
(A) 0.837
(B) 8.37
(C) 83,700
(D) 837,000
Value of the expression 837 ÷ 10
= 0.837.
(A) 0.837

Explanation:
Value of the expression 837 ÷ 103
= 837 ÷ 1000
= 0.837.

Question 7.
A jiffy is a measure of time. There are 100 jiffies in 1 second. How many seconds are there in 60 jiffies? Show your work.
Number of seconds in 60 jiffies = 0.6.

Explanation:
Number of jiffies = 100.
Number of seconds in 100 jiffies = 1.
Number of seconds in 60 jiffies = 60 ÷ Number of jiffies
= 60 ÷ 100
= 0.6.

Use the table for 8-9. Each tree grows the same amount each year. Question 8.
How much did the diameter of the cottonwood tree grow each year?
Diameter of the cottonwood tree grow each year = 0.64 inches.

Explanation:
Number of years diameter growth in Cottonwood = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Cottonwood  = 3.50 inches.
Diameter of the cottonwood tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Cottonwood ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Cottonwood
= 3.50 ÷ 5.5
= 0.64 inches.

Question 9.
Select all the trees that grew less than 0.4 inch in diameter each year.
(A) Cottonwood
(B) Red Maple
(C) Hackberry
(D) Ash
(E) Red Oak
There is no tree which grew less than 0.4 inch in diameter each year.

Explanation:
Number of years diameter growth in Cottonwood = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Cottonwood  = 3.50 inches.
Diameter of the cottonwood tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Cottonwood ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Cottonwood
= 3.50 ÷ 5.5
= 0.64 inches.

Number of years diameter growth in Red Maple = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Red Maple = 1.65 inches.
Diameter of the Red Maple tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Red Maple ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Red Maple
= 3.50 ÷ 1.65
= 2.21 inches.

Number of years diameter growth in Hackberry = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Hackberry = 1.76 inches.
Diameter of the Hackberry tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Hackberry ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Hackberry
= 3.50 ÷ 1.76
= 1.99 inches.

Number of years diameter growth in Ash = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Ash = 2.31 inches.
Diameter of the Ash tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Ash ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Ash
= 3.50 ÷ 2.31
= 1.51 inches.

Number of years diameter growth in Red Oak = 5.5.
Diameter growth in Red Oak = 2.2 inches.
Diameter of the Red Oak tree grow each year = Diameter growth in Red Oak ÷ Number of years diameter growth in Red Oak
= 3.50 ÷ 2.2
= 1.59 inches.

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