# Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 32 Answer Key

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### Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 32 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Listen to the word problem. Fill in the number sentence.

Cecilia has 9 bows. Some have polka dots, and some have stripes. How many polka dot and how many striped bows do you think Cecilia has?

Explanation:
Given
Total number of bows Cecilia  have= 9
Number of bows with polka dots = 4
Number of bows with stripes = 5
9 = 4 + 5.
In the above image the bows with polka dots and stripes are represented and written in number sentence.

Keegan has 10 train cars. Some are black, and some are green. How many black and green train cars do you think Keegan has?

Explanation:
Given
Total number of Train car  Keegan have= 10.
Number of black train cars = 7.
Number of green train cars = 3.
10 = 7 + 3
In the above image the black and green train cars are represented and written in number sentence.

Kate has 9 heart stickers. Some are yellow, and the rest are green. Show two different ways Kate’s stickers could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Explanation:
Given
2 sets of 9 hearts in a 5 group way.
Representing 9 in two different ways.
Using Yellow and Green colors to represent the 9.
Number of Yellow robots in 1st set = 3
Number of Green robots in 1st set = 6
9 = 3 + 6.
2nd set
Number of Yellow hearts = 4
Number of Green hearts = 5
Total number of hearts = 9
9 = 4 + 5.

Danny has 10 robots. Some are red, and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Danny’s robots could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Explanation:
Given
2 sets of 10 Robots in a 5 group way.
Representing 10 in two different ways.
Using Red and Gray colors to represent the 10.
Number of red robots in 1st set = 6
Number of gray robots in 1st set = 4
10 = 6 + 4.
2nd set
Number of red robots = 5
Number of gray robots = 5
Total number of robots = 10
10 = 5 + 5 .

### Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 32 Extra Practice Answer Key

Question 1.
Color the robots to match the number sentence. Tell a story about the robots.

10 = 5 + 5

Explanation:
Given
10 Robots in a 5 group way.
A number sentence is given 10 = 5 + 5. So, to represent the number sentence two colors are used .
Using orange and gold colors to represent the given number sentence.
5 orange color robots and 5 gold color robots.

10 = 6 + 4

Explanation:
Given
10 Robots in a 5 group way.
A number sentence is given 10 = 6 + 4. So, to represent the number sentence two colors are used .
Using green and blue colors to represent the given number sentence.
6 green color robots and 4 blue color robots.

10 = 7 + 3

Explanation:
Given
10 Robots in a 5 group way.
A number sentence is given 10 = 7 +3. So, to represent the number sentence two colors are used .
Using red and blue colors to represent the given number sentence.
7 red color robots and 3 blue color robots.

10 = 8 + 2

Explanation:
Given
10 Robots in a 5 group way.
A number sentence is given 10 = 8 + 2. So, to represent the number sentence two colors are used .
Using Dark red and indigo colors to represent the given number sentence.
8 indigo color robots and 2 Dark  red color robots.

10 = 9 + 1

Explanation:
Given
10 Robots in a 5 group way.
A number sentence is given 10 = 9 + 1. So, to represent the number sentence two colors are used .
Using black  and grey colors to represent the given number sentence.
9 black color robots and 1 gray color robots.

### Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 32 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
Jerry has 9 baseball hats. Draw the hats the 5-group way. Color some red and some blue. Fill in the number sentence to match.

Explanation:
Given:
Total number of Baseball hats Jerry have= 9.
Number of red hats = 5.
Number of blue hats = 4.
9 = 5 + 4.
In the above image the black and green train cars are represented and written in number sentence.

Question 2.
Anne had 10 pencils. Draw the pencils the 5-group way. Color some pencils blue and some yellow. Fill in the number sentence to match.

Explanation:
Given
Total number of pencils Anne have= 10.
Number of Blue pencils = 3.
Number of Yellow pencils = 7.
10 = 7 + 3.
In the above image the black and green train cars are represented and written in number sentence.

Question 3.
There are 10 apples. Color some red and the rest green. Then, show a different way the apples could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Explanation:
Given
2 sets of 10 Apples in a 5 group way.
Representing 10 in two different ways.
Using Red and Green colors to represent the 10.
Number of red apples in 1st set = 8
Number of Green apples in 1st set = 2
10 =8  + 2.
2nd set
Number of red apples = 1
Number of Green apples = 9
Total number of Apples = 10
10 =9 + 1.

Question 4.
Anya has 9 stuffed cats. Some are orange, and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Anya’s cats could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Explanation:
Given
2 sets of 9 Stuffed cats in a 5 group way.
Representing 9 in two different ways.
Using Orange and Gray colors to represent the 9.
Number of Orange stuffed cat in 1st set = 7
Number of gray stuffed cats in 1st set = 2
9 = 7 + 2.
2nd set
Number of Orange Stuffed cats= 3
Number of Gray Stuffed cat = 6
Total number of Stuffed cats = 9
9 = 3 + 6 .