# McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Lesson 10 Answer Key Quarters and Fourths

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 1 Answer Key Chapter 9 Lesson 10 Quarters and Fourths

Explore and Explain

Teacher Directions: Separate the rectangle into two equal parts. Then separate it into four equal parts. Shade each part a different color. Now separate the circle into four equal parts. Shade each part a different color.

Explanation:
I divided the rectangle and the circle in 4 equal parts and colored each equal part in different color.

See and Show

A whole that is separated into 4 equal parts is separated into fourths or quarters.

Each part is a fourth of, or a quarter of, the whole.

Write how many equal parts make up the whole.

Question 1.

____________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
4 equal parts will make up the above whole.

Question 2.

_____________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
4 equal parts will make up the above whole.

Draw lines to show 4 equal parts. Write how many fourths.

Question 3.

___________ fourths

Explanation:
I drew lines in the above shape to show 4 equal parts.

Question 4.

___________ fourths

Explanation:
I drew lines in the above shape to show 4 equal parts.

Talk Math How are halves and fourths different?
2 halves makes a whole but 4 fourths a make a whole
Fourths are halves of halves.

On My Own

A quarter of each shape is missing. Draw the missing quarter.

Question 5.

Explanation:
I drew the missing quarter of the each shape.

Question 6.

Explanation:
I drew the missing quarter of the each shape.

Color a fourth of each shape. Write how many parts are shaded.

Question 7.

__________ of ___________ parts

Explanation:
I colored a fourth of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Question 8.

___________ of _____________ parts

Explanation:
I colored a fourth of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Color one equal part. Fill in the numbers.

Question 9.

___________ of _____________ parts

Explanation:
I colored one part of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Question 10.

___________ of _____________ parts

Explanation:
I colored one part of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Problem Solving

Question 11.
Heidi has a cookie. She and 3 friends want to share the cookie. How many equal parts does Heidi need?

_____________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
She and 3 friends want to share the cookie
3 + 1 = 4
So, Heidi need to make 4 equal parts to share the cookie with 3 of her friends.

HOT Problem Adrianne draws a line on a rectangle to show equal parts. She then draws another line to show more equal parts. Describe what happens to the sizes of the parts.

The size of the each parts will decrease with increase in the number of equal parts.

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Lesson 10 My Homework Answer Key

Practice

Write how many equal parts make up the whole.

Question 1.

_____________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
4 equal parts make up a whole.

Question 2.

_____________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
4 equal parts will make up a whole.

Draw lines to show 4 equal parts. Write how many fourths.

Question 3.

______________ fourths

Explanation:
4 fourths
I drew lines to make 4 equal parts
They are 4 fourths.

Question 4.

______________ fourths

Explanation:
4 fourths
I drew lines to make 4 equal parts
They are 4 fourths.

A quarter of each shape is missing. Draw the missing quarter.

Question 5.

Explanation:
I drew the missing quarter of the each shape.

Question 6.

Explanation:
I drew the missing quarter of the each shape.

Color a fourth of each shape. Write how many parts are shaded.

Question 7.

_________ of __________ parts

Explanation:
I colored one part of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Question 8.

_________ of ____________ parts

Explanation:
I colored one part of each shape
1 of 4 parts is shaded.

Question 9.
Sam and three friends shared a sandwich equally. How many equal parts were there?
___________ equal parts
4 equal parts

Explanation:
Sam and three friends shared a sandwich equally
1 + 3 = 4
So, there were 4 equal parts of sandwich.

Vocabulary Check

Question 10.
Circle the shape that shows fourths.