## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 4 Lesson 5 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 5 Sprint Answer Key

A
Write the missing number. Question 1.
10 + 3 = ☐
Given two numbers are 3 and 10
By adding 3 with 10 we get 13
10+3=13
3 more than 10 is 13

Question 2.
10 + 2 = ☐
Given two numbers are  2 and 10
By adding 2 with 10 we get 12
10+2=12
2 more than 10 is 12

Question 3.
10 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 1 and 10
By adding 1 with 10 we get 11
10+1=11
1 more than 10 is 11

Question 4.
1 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 1 and 10
By adding 1 with 10 we get 11
1+10=11
1 more than 10 is 11

Question 5.

4 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 4 and 10
By adding 4 with 10 we get 14
4+10=14
4 more than 10 is 14

Question 6.
6 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 6 and 10
By adding 6 with 10 we get 16
6+10=16
6 more than 10 is 16

10 + 7 = ☐
Given two numbers are 7 and 10
By adding 8 with 10 we get 17
7+10=17
7 more than 10 is 17

Question 8.
8 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 8 and 10
By adding 8 with 10 we get 18
8+10=18
8 more than 10 is 18

Question 9.
12 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 12 and 10
by removing 10 from 12 we get2
12-10=2
10 less than 12 is 2

Question 10.
11 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 11and 10
by removing 10 from 11 we get 1
11-10=1
10 less than 11 is 1

Question 11.
10 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 10 and 10
by removing 10 from 10 we get 0
10-10=0
10 less than 10 is 0

Question 12.
13 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 13 and 10
by removing 10 from 13 we get 3
13-10=3
10 less than 13 is 3

Question 13.
14 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 14 and 10
by removing 10 from 14 we get 4
14-10=4
10 less than 14 is 4

Question 14.
15 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 15 and 10
by removing 10 from 15 we get5
15-10=5
10 less than 15 is 5

Question 15.
18 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 18 and 10
by removing 10 from 18 we get 8
18-10=8
10 less than 18 is 8

Question 16.
10 + ☐ = 11
Given two numbers are 11 and 10
Consider the missing number as x
so
10+x=11
x=11-10
x=1

Question 17.
10 + ☐ = 12
Given two numbers are 12 and 10
Consider the missing number as x
so
10+x=12
x=12-10
x=2

Question 18.
5 + ☐ = 15
Given two numbers are 5 and 15
Consider the missing number as x
so
5+x=15
x=15-5
x=10

Question 19.
4 + ☐ = 14
Given two numbers are 4 and 14
Consider the missing number as x
so
4+x=14
x=14-4
x=10

Question 20.
☐ + 10 = 17
Given two numbers are 10 and 17
Consider the missing number as x
so
x+10=17
x=17-10
x=7

Question 21.
17 – ☐ = 7
Given two numbers are 17 and 7
Consider the missing number as x
so
17-x=7
x=17-7
x=10

Question 22.
16 – ☐ = 6
Given two numbers are 16 and 6
Consider the missing number as x
so
16-x=6
x=16-6
x=10

Question 23.
18 – ☐ = 8
Given two numbers are 18 and 8
Consider the missing number as x
so
18-x=8
x=18-8
x=10

Question 24.
☐ – 10 = 8
Given two numbers are 10 and 8
Consider the missing number as x
so
x-10=8
x=8+10
x=18

Question 25.
☐ – 10 = 9
Given two numbers are 10 and 9
Consider the missing number as x
so
x-10=9
x=9+10
x=19

Question 26.
1 + 1 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 1,1 and 10
By adding 1,1,10 we get 12
1+1+10=12

Question 27.
2 + 2 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 2, 2 and 10
By adding 2,2,10 we get 14
2+2+10=14

Question 28.
2 + 3 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 2, 3 and 10
By adding 2,3,10 we get 15
2+3+10=15

Question 29.
4 + ☐ + 3 = 17
Given three numbers are 4, 3 and 17
By adding 4 with 3 we get 7
And by removing 7 from 17 we get 10
4+3=7
17-4=10
Therefor
4+10+3=17

Question 30.
☐ + 5 + 10 = 18
Given three numbers are 5, 10 and 18
By adding 5 with 10 we get 15
And by removing 15 from 18 we get 3
5+10=15
18+15=3
Therefor
3+5+10=18

B
Write the missing number. Question 1.
10 + 1 = ☐
1 more than 10 is 11
Given two numbers are 10 and 1 by adding 10 with 1 we get 11
10+1=11

Question 2.
10 + 2 = ☐
2 more than 10 is 12
Given two numbers are 10 and 2 by adding 10 with 2 we get 12
10+2=12

Question 3.
10 + 3 = ☐
3 more than 10 is 13
Given two numbers are 10 and 3 by adding 10 with 3 we get 13
10+3=13

Question 4.
4 + 10 = ☐
4 more than 10 is 14
Given two numbers are 10 and  4 by adding 10 with 4 we get 14
10+4=14

Question 5.
5 + 10 = ☐
5 more than 10 is 15
Given two numbers are 10 and  5 by adding 10 with 5 we get 15
10+5=15

Question 6.
6 + 10 = ☐
6 more than 10 is 16
Given two numbers are 10 and  6 by adding 10 with 6 we get 16
10+6=16

Question 7.
10 + 8 = ☐
8 more than 10 is 18
Given two numbers are 10 and  8 by adding 10 with 8 we get 18
10+8=18

Question 8.
8 + 10 = ☐
10 more than 8 is 18
Given two numbers are 10 and  8 by adding 10 with 8 we get 18
8+10=18

Question 9.
10 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 10 is 0
given two numbers are 10 and 10
By removing 10 from 10 we get 0
10-10=0

Question 10.
11 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 11 is 1
given two numbers are 10 and 11
By removing 10 from 11 we get 1
11-10=1

Question 11.
12 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 12 is 2
given two numbers are 10 and 12
By removing 10 from 12 we get 2
12-10=2

Question 12.
13 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 13 is 3
given two numbers are 10 and 13
By removing 10 from 13 we get 3
13-10= 3

Question 13.
15 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 15 is 5
given two numbers are 10 and 15
By removing 10 from 15 we get 5
15-10= 5

Question 14.
17 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 17 is 7
given two numbers are 10 and 17
By removing 10 from 17 we get 7
17-10= 7

Question 15.
19 – 10 = ☐
10 less than 19 is 9
given two numbers are 10 and 19
By removing 10 from 17 we get 9
19-10= 9

Question 16.
10 + ☐ = 10
Given two numbers are 10 and 10
Consider the missing number as x
so
10+x=10
x=10-10
x=0

Question 17.
10 + ☐ = 11
Given two numbers are 10 and 11
Consider the missing number as x
so
10+x=11
x=11-10
x=1

Question 18.
2 + ☐ = 12
Given two numbers are 2 and 12
Consider the missing number as x
so
2+x=12
x=12-2
x=10

Question 19.
3 + ☐ = 13
Given two numbers are 3 and 13
Consider the missing number as x
so
3+x=13
x=13-3
x=10

Question 20.
☐ + 10 = 13
Given two numbers are 10 and 13
Consider the missing number as x
so
x+10=13
x=13-10
x=3

Question 21.
13 – ☐ = 3
Given two numbers are 13 and 3
Consider the missing number as x
so
13-x=3
x=13-3
x=10

Question 22.
14 – ☐ = 4
Given two numbers are 14 and 4
Consider the missing number as x
so
14-x=4
x=14-4
x=10

Question 23.
16 – ☐ = 6
Given two numbers are 16 and 6
Consider the missing number as x
so
16 -x=6
x=16-6
x=10

Question 24.
☐ – 10 = 6
Given two numbers are 10 and 6
Consider the missing number as x
so
x-10=6
x=10+6
x=16

Question 25.
☐ – 10 = 8
Given two numbers are 10 and 8
Consider the missing number as x
so
x-10=8
x=10+8
x=18

Question 26.
2 + 1 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 10,2,1
By adding 10 with 2 and 1 we get 13
2+1+10=13

Question 27.
3 + 2 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 10,2,3
By adding 10 with 2 and 3 we get 15
3+2+10=15

Question 28.
2 + 3 + 10 = ☐
Given three numbers are 10,2,3
By adding 10 with 2 and 3 we get 15
2+3+10=15

Question 29.
4 + ☐ + 4 = 18
Given three numbers are 4,4,18
By adding 4 with 4 we get 8
4+4=8
And by removing 8 from 18 we get 10
18-8=10

Question 30.
☐ + 6 + 10 = 19
Given three numbers are 6,10,19
By adding 6 with 10 we get 16
6+10=16
And by removing 16 from 19 we get 3
19-16=3

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 5 Problem Set Answer Key

Write the number.
Question 1. 1 more than 30 is _____.
Answer:1 more than 30 is 31
30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
31 is equal to  3 tens and 1 ones
by adding 1 with 30 we get 31
30+1=31 Question 2. 1 less than 30 is _____.
Answer:1 less than 30 is 29
30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
29  is equal to  2 tens and 9 ones
By removing 1 from 30 we get 29
30-1=29 Question 3. 1 more than 39 is _____.
Answer: 1 more than39 is 40
39 is equal to 3 tens and 9 ones
40 is equal to  4 tens and 0 ones
by adding 1 to 39 we get 40
39+1=40 Question 4. 1 less than 39 is _____.
Answer: 1 less tahn 39 is 38
39 is equal to 3 tens and 9 ones
38 is equal to  3 tens and 8 ones
by removing 1 from 39 we get 38
39-1=38 Question 5. 10 more than 27 is _____.
Answer: 10 more than 27 is 37
27 is equal to 2 tens and 7 ones
And 37 is equal to 3 tens and 7 ones
By adding 27 with 10 we get 37
27+10=37 Question 6. 10 less than 33 is _____.
Answer: 10 less than 33 is 23
33 is equal to 3 tens and 3 ones
23 is equal to 2 tens and 3 ones
by removing 10 from 33 we get 23
33-10=23 Draw 1 more or 10 more. You may use a quick ten to show 10 more.
Question 7. 1 more than 28 is _____.
Answer: 1 more than 28 is 29
28 is equal to 2 tens and 8 ones
And 29 is equal to 2 tens and 9 ones
By adding 28 with 1 we get 29
28+1=29 Question 8. 10 more than 28 is _____.
Answer:10 more than 28 is 38
28 is equal to 2 tens and 8 ones
And 38 is equal to 3 tens and 8 ones
By adding 28 with 10 we get 38
28+10=38 Question 9. 1 more than 29 is _____.
Answer: 1 more than 29 is 30
29 is equal to 2 tens and 9 ones
And 30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
By adding 29 with 1 we get 30
28+1=30 Question 10. 10 more than 29 is _____.
Answer:10 more than 29 is 39
29 is equal to 2 tens and 9 ones
And 39 is equal to 3 tens and 9 ones
By adding 29 with 10 we get 39
29+10=39 Cross off (✗) to show 1 less or 10 less.
Question 11. 10 less than 26 is _____.
Answer: 10 less than 26 is 16
26 is equal to 2 tens and 6 ones
And 16 is equal to 6 ones and 1 tens
By removing 10 from 26 we get 16
26-10=16 Question 12. 1 less than 26 is _____.
Answer: 1 less than 26 is 25
26 is equal to 2 tens and 6 ones
And 25 is equal to 5 ones and 2 tens
By removing 1 from 26 we get 25
26-1=25 Question 13. 10 less than 40 is _____.
Answer: 10 less than 40 is 30
40 is equal to 4 tens and 0 ones
And 30 is equal to 0 ones and 3 tens
By removing 10 from 40 we get 30
40-10=30 Question 14. 1 less than 40 is _____.
Answer:1 less than 40 is 39
40 is equal to 4 tens and 0 ones
And 39 is equal to 9 ones and 3 tens
By removing 1 from 40  we get 39
40-1=39 ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 5 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Draw 1 more or 10 more. You may use a quick ten to show 10 more.
Question 1. 1 more than 24 is _____.
Answer:1 more than 24 is 25
24 is equal to 2 tens and 4 ones
And 25is equal to 2 tens and 5 ones
By adding 24 with 1 we get 25
24+1=25 Question 2. 10 more than 24 is _____.
Answer:10 more than 24 is 34
24 is equal to 2 tens and 4 ones
And 34 is equal to 3 tens and 4 ones
By adding 24 with 10 we get 34
24+10=34 Cross off (✗) to show 1 less or 10 less.
Question 3. 10 less than 30 is _____.
Answer: 10 less than 30 is 20
30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
And 20 is equal to 2 tens and 0 ones
By removing 10 from 30 we get 20
30-10=20 Question 4. 1 less than 30 is _____.
Answer: 1 less than 30 is 29
30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
And 29 is equal to 2 tens and 9 ones
By removing 1 from 30 we get 29
30-1=29 ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 5 Homework Answer Key

Draw quick tens and ones to show the number. Then, draw 1 more or 10 more.
Question 1.
1 more than 38 is _____.
Answer: 1 more than 38 is 39
38 is equal to 3 tens and 8 ones
And 39 is equal to 3 tens and 9 ones
By adding 38 with 1 we get 39
38+1=39 Question 2.
10 more than 38 is _____.
Answer: 10 more than 38 is 48
38 is equal to 3 tens and 8 ones
And 48 is equal to 4 tens and 8 ones
By adding 38 with 10 we get 48
38+10=48 Question 3.
1 more than 35 is _____.
Answer:1 more than 35 is 36
35 is equal to 3 tens and 5 ones
And 36 is equal to 3 tens and 6 ones
By adding 35 with 1 we get 36
35+1=36 Question 4.
10 more than 35 is _____.
Answer:10 more than 35 is 45
35 is equal to 3 tens and 5 ones
And 45is equal to 4 tens and 5ones
By adding 35with 10 we get 45
35+10=45 Draw quick tens and ones to show the number. Cross off (x) to show 1 less or 10 less.
Question 5.
10 less than 23 is _____.
Answer: 10 less than 23 is 13
23 is equal to 2 tens and 3 ones
And 13 is equal to 3 ones and 1 tens
by removing 10 from 23 we get 13
23-10=13 Question 6.
1 less than 23 is _____.
Answer: 1 less than 23 is 22
23 is equal to 2 tens and 3 ones
And 22 is equal to 2 tens and 2 ones
by removing 1 from 23 we get 22
23-1=22 Question 7.
10 less than 31 is _____.
Answer:10 less than 31 is 21
31 is equal to 3 tens and 1 ones
And 21is equal to 2 tens and 1one
by removing 10 from 31 we get 21
31-10=21 Question 8.
1 less than 31 is _____.
Answer:1 less than 31 is 30
31 is equal to 3 tens and 1 ones
30 is equal to 3 tens and 0 ones
By removing 1 from 31 we get 30
31-1=30 Match the words to the picture that shows the right amount.  