## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 Lesson 11 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 11 Sprint Answer Key

A
Write the missing number.

Question 1.
17 – 1 = ☐

17 – 1= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 17 we will get the result as 16.

Question 2.
15 – 1 = ☐

15 – 1= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 15 we will get the result as 14.

Question 3.
19 – 1 = ☐

19 – 1= 18.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 19 we will get the result as 18.

Question 4.
15 – 2 = ☐

15 – 2= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 15 we will get the result as 13.

Question 5.
17 – 2 = ☐

17 – 2= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 17 we will get the result as 15.

Question 6.
18 – 2 = ☐

18 – 2= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 18 we will get the result as 16.

Question 7.
18 – 3 = ☐

18 – 3= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3 from 18 we will get the result as 15.

Question 8.
18 – 5 = ☐

18 – 5= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 18 we will get the result as 13.

Question 9.
17 – 5 = ☐

17 – 5= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 10.
19 – 5 = ☐

19 – 5= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 19 we will get the result as 14.

Question 11.
17 – 7 = ☐

17 – 7= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 17 we will get the result as 10.

Question 12.
18 – 7 = ☐
18 – 7= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 18 we will get the result as 11.

Question 13.
19 – 7 = ☐
19 – 7= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 19 we will get the result as 12.

Question 14.
19 – 2 = ☐
19 – 2= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 19 we will get the result as 17.

Question 15.
19 – 7 = ☐
19 – 7= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 19 we will get the result as 12.

Question 16.
19 – 9 = ☐
19 – 9= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 19 we will get the result as 10.

Question 17.
18 – 9 = ☐
18 – 9= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 18 we will get the result as 11.

Question 18.
11 – 9 = ☐
11 – 9= 2.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 11 we will get the result as 2.

Question 19.
16 – 5 = ☐
16 – 5= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 16 from 5 we will get the result as 11.

Question 20.
15 – 5 = ☐
15 – 5= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 15 we will get the result as 10.

Question 21.
14 – 5 = ☐
14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 14 we will get the result as 9.

Question 22.
12 – 5 = ☐
12 – 5= 7.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 12 we will get the result as 7.

Question 23.
12 – 6 = ☐
12 – 6= 6.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 12 we will get the result as 6.

Question 24.
14 – ☐ = 11
14 – 3= 11.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 11. So x will be
x= 14 – 11
=  3.

Question 25.
14 – ☐ = 10
14 – 4= 11.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 10. So x will be
x= 14 – 10
=  4.

Question 26.
14 – ☐ = 9
14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 14 – 9
=  5.

Question 27.
15 – ☐ = 9
15 – 6= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 15 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 15 – 9
=  6.

Question 28.
☐ – 7 = 9
16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be x – 7 = 9. So x will be
x= 9 + 7
=  16.

Question 29.
19 – 5 = 16 – ☐
19 – 5= 16 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 19 – 5= 16 – x. So x will be
x= 16 – 14
=  2.

Question 30.
15 – 8 = ☐ – 9
15 – 8= 16 – 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 15 – 8= x – 9. So x will be
x= 9+7
=  16.

B
Write the missing number.

Question 1.
16 – 1 = ☐
16 – 1= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 16 we will get the result as 15.

Question 2.
14 – 1 = ☐
14 – 1= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 14 we will get the result as 13.

Question 3.
18 – 1 = ☐
18 – 1= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 18 we will get the result as 17.

Question 4.
19 – 2 = ☐
19 – 2= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 19 we will get the result as 17.

Question 5.
17 – 2 = ☐
17 – 2= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 17 we will get the result as 15.

Question 6.
15 – 2 = ☐
15 – 2= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 15 we will get the result as 13.

Question 7.
15 – 3 = ☐
15 – 3= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3 from 15 we will get the result as 12.

Question 8.
17 – 5 = ☐
17 – 5= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 9.
19 – 5 = ☐
19 – 5= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 19 we will get the result as 14.

Question 10.
16 – 5 = ☐
16 – 5= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 16 we will get the result as 11.

Question 11.
16 – 6 = ☐
16 – 6= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 16 we will get the result as 10.

Question 12.
19 – 6 = ☐
19 – 6= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 19 we will get the result as 13.

Question 13.
17 – 6 = ☐
17 – 6= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 17 we will get the result as 11.

Question 14.
17 – 1 = ☐
17 – 1= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 17 we will get the result as 16.

Question 15.
17 – 6 = ☐
17 – 6= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 17 we will get the result as 11.

Question 16.
19 – 9 = ☐
19 – 9= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 19 we will get the result as 10.

Question 17.
18 – 9 = ☐
18 – 9= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 18 we will get the result as 9.

Question 18.
12 – 9 = ☐
12 – 9= 3.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 12 we will get the result as 3.

Question 19.
19 – 8 = ☐
19 – 8= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 19 we will get the result as 11.

Question 20.
18 –8 = ☐
18 – 8= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 18 we will get the result as 10.

Question 21.
17 – 8 = ☐
17 – 8= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 17 we will get the result as 9.

Question 22.
14 – 5 = ☐
14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 14 we will get the result as 9.

Question 23.
13 – 5 = ☐
13 – 5= 8.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 13 we will get the result as 8.

Question 24.
12 – ☐ = 7
12 – 5= 7.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 12 – x= 7. So x will be
x= 12 – 7
=  5.

Question 25.
16 – ☐ = 10
16 – 6= 10.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – x= 10. So x will be
x= 16 – 10
=  6.

Question 26.
16 – ☐ = 9
16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 16 – 9
=  7.

Question 27.
17 – ☐ = 9
17 – 8= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 17 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 17 – 9
=  8.

Question 28.
☐ – 7 = 9
16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be x – 7= 9. So x will be
x= 9 + 7
=  16.

Question 29.
19 – 4 = 17 – ☐
19 – 4 = 17 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 19 – 4 = 17 – x. So x will be
x= 17 – 15
=  2.

Question 30.
16 – 8 = ☐ – 9
16 – 8 = 10 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x and then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – 8 = x – 2. So x will be
x= 8 + 2
=  10.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 11 Problem Set Answer Key

• Choose a question. Circle your choice.
• Ask your classmates the question, and show them the 3 choices. Record the data on a class list.
• Organize the data in the chart below.
 Which fruit do you like best? Which snack do you like best? What do you like to do on the playground the most? Which school subject do you like the best? Which animal would you most like to be?

Here, the picked question is “What do you like to do on the playground the most?”

 Answer Choices Number of Students Monkey Bars | | | | | | | | | Swings | | | | Tag | | | | | |

Question 1.
How many students liked _____________ the best?
Monkey bars.

Explanation:
The number of students who liked the monkey bars best is 9 students.

Question 2.

Swing.

Explanation:

Question 3.
How many more students liked _____________ than _________________?
2 students.

Explanation:
The number of students who liked tag than swing is 2 students.

Question 4.
What is the total number of students who liked _____________ or _____________ the best?
15 students.

Explanation:
the total number of students who liked tag or monkey bar the best is 15 students.

Question 5.
How many students answered the question? How do you know?
19 students.

Explanation:
The number of students who answered the questions is 19 students and we know that by adding the number of students for each game.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 11 Exit Ticket Answer Key

A class collected the information in the chart below. Students asked each other: Among stuffed animals, toy cars, and blocks, which is your favorite toy?
Then, they organized the information in this chart.

 Toy Number of Students Stuffed Animals 11 Toy Cars 5 Blocks 13

Question 1.
How many students chose toy cars? _________
5 students.

Explanation:
The number of students who chose toy cars is  students.

Question 2.
How many more students chose blocks than stuffed animals? _________
2 students.

Explanation:
The number of students who chose blocks than stuffed animals 13 – 11= 2 students.

Question 3.
How many students would need to choose toy cars to equal the number of students who chose blocks? _________
8 students.

Explanation:
The number of students would need to choose toy cars to equal the number of students who chose blocks is 8 students.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 11 Homework Answer Key

Collect information about things you own. Use tally marks or numbers to organize the data in the chart below.

 How many pets do you have? How many toothbrushes are in your home? How many pillows are in your home? How many jars of tomato sauce are in your home? How many picture frames are in your home? | | | | | | | | | | |

Question 1.
How many ____________ do you have? (Pick the item you have the most of.)
4 toothbrushes.

Explanation:
The number of toothbrushes we have is 4.

Question 2.
How many ____________ do you have? (Pick the item you have the least of.)
1 pet.

Explanation:
The number of pets do we have is 1.

Question 3.
Together, how many picture frames and pillows do you have?
5.

Explanation:
The number of picture frames and pillows do we have is 2 + 3= 5.

Question 4.
Write and answer two more questions using the data you collected.
a. ___________________________________________________________?
b. ___________________________________________________________?
How many jars of tomato sauce in your room?
How many pets do you have?

Explanation:
The number of jars of tomato sauce in the room is 2 jars.
The number of pets do we have is 1 pet.

Students voted on their favorite type of museum to visit. Each student could only vote once. Answer the questions based on the data in the table.

Question 5.
How many students chose art museums? _______ students
8 students.

Explanation:
The art museum was chosen by 8 students.

Question 6.
How many students chose the art museum or the science museum? _______ students