Engage NY Eureka Math 3rd Grade Module 5 Lesson 24 Answer Key

A

Question 1.
0 + 7 =
0 + 7 = 7
Explanation :

Question 2.
1 + 7 =
1 + 7 = 8
Explanation :

Question 3.
2 + 7 =
2 + 7 = 9
Explanation :

Question 4.
3 + 7 =
3 + 7 = 10
Explanation :

Question 5.
7 + 3 =
7 + 3 = 10
Explanation :

Question 6.
7 + 2 =
7 + 2 = 9
Explanation :

Question 7.
7 + 1 =
7 + 1 = 8

Question 8.
7 + 0 =
7 + 0 = 7

Question 9.
4 + 7 =
4 + 7 = 11

Explanation :

Question 10.
14 + 7 =
14 + 7 = 21

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 1 4 Addend 7 Sum 2 1

Question 11.
24 + 7 =
24 + 7 = 31

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 4 Addend 7 Sum 3 1

Question 12.
34 + 7 =
34 + 7 = 41

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 4 Addend 7 Sum 4 1

Question 13.
44 + 7 =
44 + 7 = 51

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 4 4 Addend 7 Sum 5 1

Question 14.
84 + 7 =
84 + 7 = 91

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 8 4 Addend 7 Sum 9 1

Question 15.
64 + 7 =
64 + 7 = 71

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 6 4 Addend 7 Sum 7 1

Question 16.
5 + 7 =
5 + 7 = 12

Explanation :

Question 17.
15 + 7 =
15 + 7 = 22

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 1 5 Addend 7 Sum 2 2

Question 18.
25 + 7 =
25 + 7 = 32

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 5 Addend 7 Sum 3 2

Question 19.
35 + 7 =
35 + 7 = 42

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 5 Addend 7 Sum 4 2

Question 20.
45 + 7 =
45 + 7 = 52

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 4 5 Addend 7 Sum 5 2

Question 21.
75 + 7 =
75 + 7 = 82

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 7 5 Addend 7 Sum 8 2

Question 22.
55 + 7 =
55 + 7 = 62

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 5 5 Addend 7 Sum 6 2

Question23.
6 + 7 =

Question 24.
16 + 7 =
16 + 7 = 23

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 1 6 Addend 7 Sum 2 3

Question 25.
26 + 7 =
26 + 7 = 33

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 6 Addend 7 Sum 3 3

Question 26.
36 + 7 =
36 + 7 = 43

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 6 Addend 7 Sum 4 3

Question 27.
46 + 7 =
46 + 7 = 53

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 4 6 Addend 7 Sum 5 3

Question 28.
66 + 7 =
66 + 7 = 73

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 6 6 Addend 7 Sum 7 3

Question 29.
7 + 7 =
7 + 7 = 14

Question 30.
17 + 7 =
17 + 7 = 24

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 1 7 Addend 7 Sum 2 4

Question 31.
27 + 7 =
27 + 7 = 34

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 7 Addend 7 Sum 3 4

Question 32.
37 + 7 =
37 + 7 = 44

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 7 Addend 7 Sum 4 4

Question 33.
87 + 7 =
87 + 7 = 94

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 8 7 Addend 7 Sum 9 4

Question 34.
8 + 7 =
8 + 7 = 15

Question 35.
18 + 7 =
18 + 7 = 25
Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 1 8 Addend 7 Sum 2 5

Question 36.
28 + 7 =
28 + 7 = 35

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 8 Addend 7 Sum 3 5

Question 37.
38 + 7 =
38 + 7 = 45
Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 8 Addend 7 Sum 4 5

Question 38.
78 + 7 =
78 + 7 = 85

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 7 8 Addend 7 Sum 8 5

Question 39.
9 + 7 =
9 + 7 =
9 + 7 =  16

Question 40.
19 + 7 =
19 + 7 = 26
Explanation :

Question 41.
29 + 7 =
29 + 7 = 36

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 2 9 Addend 7 Sum 3 6

Question 42.
39 + 7 =
39 + 7 = 46

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 3 9 Addend 7 Sum 4 6

Question 43.
49 + 7 =
49 + 7 = 56
Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 4 9 Addend 7 Sum 5 6

Question 44.
79 + 7 =
79 + 7 = 86

Explanation :

 Tens Ones carrier 1 Addend 7 9 Addend 7 Sum 8 6

B

Question 1.
7 + 0 =
7 + 0 = 7

Question 2.
7 + 1 =
7 + 1 = 8

Question 3.
7 + 2 =
7 + 2 = 9

Question 4.
7 + 3 =
7 + 3 = 10

Question 5.
3 + 7 =
3 + 7 = 10

Question 6.
2 + 7 =
2 + 7 = 9

Question 7.
1 + 7 =
1 + 7 = 8

Question 8.
0 + 7 =
0 + 7 = 7

Question 9.
4 + 7 =
4 + 7 = 11

Question 10.
14 + 7 =
14 + 7 = 21

Question 11.
24 + 7 =
24 + 7 = 31

Question 12.
34 + 7 =
34 + 7 = 41

Question 13.
44 + 7 =
44 + 7 = 51

Question 14.
74 + 7 =
74 + 7 = 81

Question 15.
54 + 7 =
54 + 7 = 61

Question 16.
5 + 7 =
5 + 7 = 12

Question 17.
15 + 7 =
15 + 7 = 22

Question 18.
25 + 7 =
25 + 7 = 32

Question 19.
35 + 7 =
35 + 7 = 42

Question 20.
45 + 7 =
45 + 7 = 52

Question 21.
85 + 7 =
85 + 7 = 92

Question 22.
65 + 7 =
65 + 7 = 72

Question 23.
6 + 7 =
6 + 7 = 13

Question 24.
16 + 7 =
16 + 7 = 23

Question 25.
26 + 7 =
26 + 7 = 33

Question 26.
36 + 7 =
36 + 7 = 43

Question 27.
46 + 7 =
46 + 7 = 53

Question 28.
76 + 7 =
76 + 7 = 83

Question 29.
7 + 7 =
7 + 7 = 14

Question 30.
17 + 7 =
17 + 7 = 24

Question 31.
27 + 7 =
27 + 7 = 34

Question 32.
37 + 7 =
37 + 7 = 44

Question 33.
67 + 7 =
67 + 7 = 74

Question 34.
8 + 7 =
8 + 7 = 15

Question 35.
18 + 7 =
18 + 7 = 25

Question 36.
28 + 7 =
28 + 7 = 35

Question 37.
38 + 7 =
38 + 7 = 45

Question 38.
88 + 7 =
88 + 7 = 95

Question 39.
9 + 7 =
9 + 7 = 16

Question 40.
19 + 7 =
19 + 7 = 26

Question 41.
29 + 7 =
29 + 7 = 36

Question 42.
39 + 7 =
39 + 7 = 46

Question 43.
49 + 7 =
49 + 7 = 56

Question 44.
89 + 7 =
89 + 7 = 96

Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 5 Lesson 24 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Complete the number bond as indicated by the fractional unit. Partition the number line into the given fractional unit, and label the fractions. Rename 0 and 1 as fractions of the given unit. The first one is done for you.

Explanation :
The number line is divided into halves , thirds , Fourths and fifths and respective number bond is represented in the above figure .
Thirds: Number bond showing 3 units of $$\frac{1}{3}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1
Fourths: Number bond showing 4 units of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ;number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1
Fifths: Number bond showing 5 units of $$\frac{1}{5}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1

Question 2.
Circle all the fractions in Problem 1 that are equal to 1. Write them in a number sentence below.

Question 3.
What pattern do you notice in the fractions that are equivalent to 1?
The fractions that are equivalent to 1 have The Numerator and the Denominator same .

Question 4.
Taylor took his little brother to get pizza. Each boy ordered a small pizza. Taylor’s pizza was cut in fourths, and his brother’s was cut in thirds. After they had both eaten all of their pizza, Taylor’s little brother said, “Hey that was no fair! You got more than me! You got 4 pieces, and I only got 3.”
Should Taylor’s little brother be mad? What could you say to explain the situation to him? Use words, pictures, or a number line.

Explanation :
The Taylor’s pizza and His brother pizza ordered small size pizza. Both the pizza’s are of same length.
The Taylor’s pizza is divided into fourths that means into 4 parts.
His Brother’s pizza is divided into thirds that means into 3 parts.
The slice of Taylor’s pizza is smaller than compared to his brother’s pizza .
The size doesn’t depends on the number of slices .

Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 5 Lesson 24 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Complete the number bond as indicated by the fractional unit. Partition the number line into the given fractional unit, and label the fractions. Rename 0 and 1 as fractions of the given unit.

Explanation :
Fourths: Number bond showing 4 units of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1

Question 2.
How many copies of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ does it take to make 1 whole? What’s the fraction for 1 whole in this case? Use the number line or the number bond in Problem 1 to help you explain.
Fourths: Number bond showing 4 units of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1 in the above figure .
For 1 whole we notice $$\frac{4}{4}$$ Fraction in the figure that means we require 4 $$\frac{1}{4}$$ copies to make 1 Whole .

Question 1.
Complete the number bond as indicated by the fractional unit. Partition the number line into the given fractional unit, and label the fractions. Rename 0 and 1 as fractions of the given unit.

Explanation :
The number line is divided into fifths, Sixths, Sevenths and Eighths and respective number bond is represented in the above figure .
Fifths: Number bond showing 5 units of $$\frac{1}{5}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1
Sixths: Number bond showing 6 units of $$\frac{1}{6}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1
Seventhss: Number bond showing 7 units of $$\frac{1}{7}$$ ;number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1
Eigths: Number bond showing 8 units of $$\frac{1}{8}$$ ; number line partitioned and labeled from 0 to 1

Question 2.
Circle all the fractions in Problem 1 that are equal to 1. Write them in a number sentence below.

$$\frac{5}{5}$$ = $$\frac{6}{6}$$ = $$\frac{7}{7}$$ = $$\frac{8}{8}$$ .

Question 3.
What pattern do you notice in the fractions that are equivalent to 1? Following this pattern, how would you represent ninths as 1 whole?
To represent Ninths are 1 whole = $$\frac{9}{9}$$ .