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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 5 Answer Key Chapter 7 Lesson 7 Map Locations

**Draw It**

You can use grid paper to represent locations on a map. From school, Marcia walks three blocks north to the library. Then she walks two blocks east to the park. Her home is located one block south of the park. Draw a map that shows these locations.

1. Use the blank grid to draw and label a dot in the lower left corner to represent the school.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above given grid the lower left corner represent the school.

2. From the dot labeled “school”, in what direction along the grid should you move to get to the library?

How many units should you move to get to the library?

Answer:

3 blocks.

Explanation:

As shown in the above figure from school to Library 3 blocks distance towards north.

3. Draw and label a dot to represent the library’s location. From the dot labeled library”, in what direction along the grid should you move to get to the park?

How many units should you move to get to the park?

Answer:

3 blocks.

Explanation:

From school to Library 3 blocks distance towards north and from Library to park 2 blocks towards East.

4. Draw and label a dot to represent the park’s location. From the dot labeled “park”, in what direction along the grid should you move to get to Marcia’s home?

How many units should you move to get to Marcia’s home?

Draw and label a dot to represent the location of Marcia’s home.

Answer:

2 blocks.

Explanation:

From school to Library 3 blocks distance towards north and from Library to park 2 blocks towards East.

**Talk About It**

Question 1.

On the grid provided, draw and label the locations from the Draw It Activity.

Answer:

Explanation:

From school to Library 3 blocks distance and Library to Park 2 blocks

Marcia home is 1 block away towards south nearer to park.

Question 2.

Does Marcia live closer to the park or to the library?

Answer:

Park

Explanation:

Marcia home is located one block south of the park.

Question 3.

Is the library closer to the park or to Marcia’s school?

Answer:

Yes, the library closer to the park.

Explanation:

Library is 2 blocks away and School is also 3 blocks away.

So, The library closer to the park.

Question 4.

**Mathematical PRACTICE** Make a Plan Describe how Marcia could walk from her home to her school.

Answer:

Explanation:

As shown in the above picture or grid diagram Marcia walk towards north to park,

then turn left towards west and then walk for 2 blocks towards library.

She turn left towards south 3 blocks away to school.

Question 5.

Write a problem that could represent locations of real-world objects. Use the grid to draw the map.

Answer:

Explanation:

Marcia went to mart to buy mask & sanitizer.

She walks two blocks from home towards east to the mart.

**Practice It**

**For Exercises 6-9, use the grid paper to draw a map of the given locations.**

Question 6.

From the zoo entrance, Marco walks three units east to the gift shop. Then he walks four units north to the bear exhibit. The lion exhibit is located two units south and one unit west of the bear exhibit.

Answer:

Explanation:

Marco walks three units east to the gift shop from the zoo entrance, .

Then he walks four units north to the bear exhibit.

The lion exhibit is located two units south and one unit west of the bear exhibit.

Question 7.

From the dining hall, a camper rides her bike four units north to the nature center. Then she rides her bike five units east and one unit south to her cabin. The campfire is one unit west and three units south of her cabin.

Answer:

Question 8.

From the gymnasium entrance, Norah ran to the jump ropes that are located four units north and four units east. Then she ran two units west to the tumble mats. The skills challenge is one unit west and two units south of the tumble mats.

Answer:

Explanation:

From the dining hall, a camper rides her bike four units north to the nature center.

Then she rides her bike five units east and one unit south to her cabin.

The campfire is one unit west and three units south of her cabin.

Question 9.

From the store entrance, Kyle walks to the toy section that is located four aisles north and two rows east. Then he walks two aisles south and two rows east to the boys’ clothes. The cashier is three rows west and one aisle south of the boys’ clothes.

Answer:

Explanation:

As shown in the above grid from the store entrance, Kyle walks to the toy section that is located four aisles north and two rows east.

Then he walks two aisles south and two rows east to the boys’ clothes.

The cashier is three rows west and one aisle south of the boys’ clothes.

**Apply It**

Use the map of the amusement park below for Exercises 10-12. The walkways of the amusement park are represented by the vertical and horizontal lines on the map.

Question 10.

Describe a path you could take to get from the entrance to the Terror Drop.

Answer:

Explanation:

First from the entrance 3 units distance to be walk towards to the Arcade,

then turn right to walk 4 units and then turn left to reach to the Terror Drop as marked on the blow picture.

Question 11.

After riding the Terror Drop, you decide to ride the Cougar Coaster. How many units do you need to move to get to the Cougar Coaster?

Answer:

2 units west.

Explanation:

Red line path is shown in the above picture of 2 units to reach to Cougar Coaster.

Question 12.

**Mathematical PRACTICE** Explain to a Friend Lorenzo and Emily enter the park at the same time and head to two different attractions. Lorenzo walks to Speed Cars and Emily walks to the Cougar Coaster. Who walks farther? Explain to a friend.

Answer:

Both walk same distance.

Explanation:

As shown below picture,

Pink line shows the path and distance travelled by Lorenzo walked to speed Cars.

Brown line shows the path and distance travelled by Emily walked to Cougar Coaster.

**Write About It**

Question 13.

How do mathematical graphs help us better understand our world?

Answer:

Mathematical graphs are the better understanding by pictorial representation of complete information. Its easy to understand.

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 5 Chapter 7 Lesson 7 My Homework Answer Key

**Practice**

Question 1.

Refer to the Homework Helper. The squid exhibit is located three units east of the sharks. How many units north of the giant octopus is the squid exhibit?

Answer:

2 units,

Explanation:

The squid exhibit is located three units east of the sharks.

2 units path marked with orange line from giant octopus to squid exhibit.

**Problem Solving**

Use the map of Mega mart below for Exercises 2-5. The aisles and rows of Mega mart are represented by the vertical and horizontal lines on the map.

Question 2.

Describe a path you could take to get from the entrance to the meat section.

Answer:

Explanation:

From the entrance towards right hand side walk 4 blocks,

then turn left to reach to Meat section of Mega mart,

the path is shown in the above picture.

Question 3.

After picking up some steaks and hamburger, you decide to pick up some vegetables. How many total units do you need to move to get to the vegetables section? Explain.

Answer:

Explanation:

From meat section to vegetables 6 units to be moved as shown in above picture in the green line marked.

Question 4.

**Mathematical PRACTICE** Use Math Tools Rebecca and Lance enter Mega mart and walk to two different sections. Rebecca walks to the cereal section and Lance walks to the frozen foods section. Who walks farther? Explain.

Answer:

Rebecca.

Explanation:

As shown below picture, the walk path of both Rebecca from entrance to cereal section which is farther marked in pink color path and green color path for frozen food walked by lance.

Question 5.

How many total units would you walk from the entrance to the pet food section? Explain.

Answer:

7 units

Explanation:

From entrance to the pet food section it takes 7 units as shown below.