## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 End of Module Assessment Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 End of Module Assessment Task Answer Key

Question 1.

Each student in the class put a sticky note on the graph to show the vegetable he likes best. Use the graph below to answer the questions. Remember to label your answers.

a. How many students like carrots the best? ___________________

b. How many students like carrots and peas the best? ___________________

c. How many total students answered the survey? ___________________

d. How many more students like broccoli than like peas the best? ___________________

e. How many fewer students like broccoli than like carrots the best? ___________________

Answer:

a. 7 students.

b. 11 students.

c. 16 students.

d. 1 student.

e. 2 fewer students.

Explanation:

a. The number of students who like carrots best is 7 students.

b. The number of students who like carrots is 7 students and peas is 4 students, so the total number of students who like carrots and peas the best is 7 + 4= 11 students.

c. The number of students who like carrots is 7 students and peas is 4 students and the students who like broccoli is 5 students, so the total number of students who answered the survey is 7 + 4 + 5= 16 students.

d. The number of students who like broccoli than like peas the best is 5 – 4= 1 student.

e. The number of fewer students who like broccoli than like carrot is 7 – 5= 2 students.

Question 2.

- The string is a lot longer than the dog’s path to the bowl.
- The string is a lot shorter than the cat’s path to the bowl.

Whose path is shorter to the water bowl, the dog’s or the cat’s? Draw a picture to show how you know.

Answer:

The dog’s path is shorter than the cat’s path.

Explanation:

As the string is a lot longer than the dog’s path to the bowl and shorter than the cat’s path to the bowl, so the dog’s path is shorter than the cat’s path.

Question 3.

Circle the pictures that show a correct measurement.

is a centimeter cube.

a. Why did you pick these pictures? Explain your thinking with two reasons.

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Answer:

As both images start at one end and go to another end with the same size of pieces, so we have circled b and d pictures.

b. What was the length measurement of the bone for each correct picture?

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Answer:

4 centimeters and 2 paper clips.

Explanation:

The length measurement of the bone for each correct picture is 4 centimeters and 2 paper clips.

c. Why are the measurements for (d) and (e) different?

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Answer:

In picture (e) we can see that there is a size variation in paper clips, wherein the picture (d) the paper clips size is the same. So the measurement for (d) and (e) is different.

Question 4.

Measure the length of the picture of each item with centimeter cubes.

a.

Answer:

8 centimeters, 11 centimeters, 9 centimeters.

Explanation:

The length of the train is 8 centimeters.

The length of the pencil is 11 centimeters.

The length of the lollipop is 9 centimeters.

b. Order the train, pencil, and lollipop from shortest to longest.

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Answer:

Train, lollipop, and pencil.

Explanation:

The order from shortest to longest is the Train, lollipop, and pencil.

c. Which item, or items, is longer than the lollipop?

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Answer:

Pencil.

Explanation:

The pencil is longer than the lollipop.

d. How much longer is the pencil than the train?

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Answer:

The pencil is 3 centimeters longer than the train.

Explanation:

The length of the train is 8 centimeters and the length of the pencil is 11 centimeters, so the pencil is 11 – 8= 3 centimeters longer than the train.