Engage NY Eureka Math 4th Grade Module 1 End of Module Assessment Answer Key
Compare the values of each 7 in the number 771,548. Use a picture, numbers, or words to explain.
In the given number 771,548 the two 7 represent 7 hundred thousand and 7 ten thousand.
7 hundred thousand > 7 ten thousand.
7 hundred thousand is ten times greater than 7 ten thousand.
expanded form of 771,548
700,000 + 70,000 + 1,000 + 500 + 40 + 8
Compare using >, <, or =. Write your answer inside the circle.
a. 234 thousands + 7 ten thousands 241,000
234 thousands + 7 ten thousands > 241,000
3 hundred thousands is greater than 2 hundred thousands.
b. 4 hundred thousands – 2 thousands 200,000
4 hundred thousands – 2 thousands > 200,000
c. 1 million 4 hundred thousands + 6 hundred thousands
1 million = 4 hundred thousands + 6 hundred thousands
d. 709 thousands – 1 hundred thousand 708 thousands
709 thousands – 1 hundred thousand < 708 thousands
Norfolk, VA, has a population of 242,628 people. Baltimore, MD, has 376,865 more people than Norfolk. Charleston, SC, has 496,804 less people than Baltimore.
Population of Norfolk, VA = 242,628
Population of Baltimore, MD = 376,865 more than Norfolk.
Population of Charleston, SC = 496,804 less people than Baltimore
a. What is the total population of all three cities? Draw a tape diagram to model the word problem. Then, solve the problem.
b. Round to the nearest hundred thousand to check the reasonableness of your answer for the population of Charleston, SC.
c. Record each city’s population in numbers, in words, and in expanded form.
d. Compare the population of Norfolk and Charleston using >, <, or =.
e. Eddie lives in Fredericksburg, VA, which has a population of 24,286. He says that Norfolk’s population is about 10 times as large as Fredericksburg’s population. Explain Eddie’s thinking.
Population of Fredericksburg,VA, = 24,286
Population of Norfolk = 242,628
Norfolk population is almost 10 times as large as Fredericksburg’s population.
Highest place value of Fredericksburg is 2 ten thousand and Highest place value of Norfolk is 2 hundred thousand
2 ten thousand × 10 = 2 hundred thousand.
Eddie’s thinking is reasonable.