## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 6 Lesson 20 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 20 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Use the word bank to label the coin. The front and back of the coin is shown.

a. _____________ b. _____________ c. _____________

Explanation:
The first coin is a dime, second is a penny and third is a nickel.

Question 2.
Draw more pennies to show the value of each coin.

Explanation:
One dime is equal to 10 pennies.
One nickel is equal to 5 pennies.

Question 3.
Kim has 5 cents in her hand. Cross off (x) the hand that cannot be Kimâ€™s.

Explanation:
The first hand picture is crossed as it has 10 cents in it and the second hand picture has 5 cents.

Question 4.
Anton has 10 cents in his pocket. One of his coins is a nickel. Draw coins to show two different ways he could have ten cents with the coins he has in his pocket.

Explanation:
Anton has 10 cents in his pocket. One of his coins is a nickel.I drew coins to show two different ways Anton could have ten cents with the coins he has in his pocket.

Question 5.
Emi says she has more money than Kiana. Is she correct? Why or why not?

Emi is correct/not correct because ______________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

Not Correct.

Explanation:
Emi is not correct because she has only 3 cents and kiana has 5 cents.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 20 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Match the pennies to the coin with the same value.
a.
b.

Explanation:
I matched the pennies to the coin with the same value.First box ha s5 cents and the second has 10 cents.

Question 2.
Ben has 10 cents. He has 1 nickel. Draw more coin(s) to show what other coin(s) he might have.

Explanation:
Ben has 10 cents. He has 1 nickel.I drew 5 more coins to show the other coins he have with him.he has one nickel and 5 pennies.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 20 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
Match.

Explanation:
A dime is equal to 10 cents, a nickel is equal to 5 cents and a penny is equal to 1 cent.I matched the coins with their names.

Question 2.
Cross off some pennies so the remaining pennies show the value of the coin to their left.
a.
b.

Explanation:
I crossed off 2 pennies a sthe value of the coin is 10 pennies.

Explanation:
I crossed off 7 pennies as the value of the coin is 5 pennies.

Question 3.
Maria has 5 cents in her pocket.Draw coins to show two different ways she could have 5 cents.