We included **HMH Into Math Grade 6 Answer Key**** PDF** **Module 1 Integer Concepts **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 6 Module 1 Answer Key Integer Concepts

**Event Organizer**

Have you ever been to a wedding or other formal party? If so, there is a good chance that an event organizer helped make it happen. Event organizers plan all the details of big events like parties, banquets, concerts, conventions, and fundraisers. Event organizers face math problems every day, from calculating how to seat hundreds of guests to using geometry and measurement to plan decorations.

**Stem Task:**

Combinatorics is a branch of math focused on arrangements of objects. Jorge is an event organizer who must seat 102 guests. He has circular tables that seat 10 people each and square tables that seat 4 people each. He wants to use as many circular tables as possible but have no empty seats. Explain how he could arrange the tables he will need.

Answer:

He needs 9 circular tables and 3 square tables.

Explanation:

He needs 9 circular tables and 3 square tables to arrange the tables.

**Learning Mindset**

Perseverance checks for Understanding

Learning is a process by which you constantly build new skills and knowledge through experience and study. Anything that you have already learned can help you learn new things now, and what you learn now will help you learn more in the future. When you first encounter a new topic, reflect upon past work and apply what you learned to new learning tasks.

- What knowledge do you already have that can help you understand the new topic?
- What strategies have you used to learn new topics in the past, and which ones might work now?

**Reflect**

Question.

What real-world knowledge did you use to understand the STEM Task?

Answer:

The STEM Task is used to help teach important life skills particulary critical thinking skills.

Question.

What strategies or methods from your previous learning did you use to complete the STEM Task?

Answer:

The strategies or methods used are Problem-based learning, research, plan, create and project based learning.

**Can You Find The Treasure?**

**Read and follow the set of directions.**

You are searching for the Fireheart Ruby. Locate the points that represent the heart-shaped rock, the lightning-struck stump, and the Fireheart Ruby on the coordinate grid. The units on the grid are in yards, and the tallest tree in the apple orchard is at the origin.

**Turn and Talk**

- What ordered pair represents the location of the Fireheart Ruby? Justify your response.

Answer:

(60, 30)

- Describe a more direct route from the tallest tree in the apple orchard to the ruby. Explain how you know that your route is shorter than the route in the set of directions.

**Are You Ready?**

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

**Compare and Order Whole Numbers**

**Use <, >, or = to compare the whole numbers.**

Question 1.

1,615 ____ 1,015

Answer:

>

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is >.

1,615 >1,015

Question 2.

549 ___ 2,986

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is <.

549 < 2,986

Question 3.

7,099 ___ 9,001

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is <.

7,099 < 9,001

Question 4.

14,999 _____ 15,000

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is <.

14,999 < 15,000

Question 5.

24,777 ____ 3,052

Answer:

>

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is >.

24,777 > 3,052

Question 6.

98,455 ____ 98,450

Answer:

>

Explanation:

By comparing the given whole numbers the sign we use is >.

98,455 > 98,450

**Compare Decimals**

**Use <, >, or = to compare the decimals.**

Question 7.

0.993 ____ 0.421

Answer:

>

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is >

0.993 > 0.421

Question 8.

1.499 ____ 1.500

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is <.

1.499 < 1.500

Question 9.

5.16 ____ 5.160

Answer:

=

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is =.

5.16 = 5.160

Question 10.

1.009 ____ 1.09

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is <.

1.009 < 1.09

Question 11.

4.087 ____ 3.987

Answer:

>

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is >.

4.087 > 3.987

Question 12.

0.11 ___ 1.066

Answer:

<

Explanation:

By comparing the given decimals the symbol we can use is <.

0.11 < 1.066

**Identify Points on a Coordinate Grid**

**Graph and label each ordered pair on the coordinate grid.**

Question 13.

(1, 4)

Answer:

Question 14.

(2, 7)

Answer:

Question 15.

(8, 1)

Answer:

Question 16.

(5, 5)

Answer:

Question 17.

(0, 3)

Answer:

Question 18.

(6, 0)

Answer: