## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 Lesson 5 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 5 Sprint Answer Key

A
*Write the missing number.

Question 1.
17 – 1 = ☐

17 – 1= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 17 we will get the result as 16.

Question 2.
15 – 1 = ☐

15 – 1= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 15 we will get the result as 14.

Question 3.
19 – 1 = ☐

19 – 1= 18.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 19 we will get the result as 18.

Question 4.
15 – 2 = ☐

15 – 2= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 15 we will get the result as 13.

Question 5.
17 – 2 = ☐

17 – 2= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 17 we will get the result as 15.

Question 6.
18 – 2 = ☐

18 – 2= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 18 we will get the result as 16.

Question 7.
18 – 3 = ☐

18 – 3= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3 from 18 we will get the result as 15.

Question 8.
18 – 5 = ☐

18 – 5= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 18 we will get the result as 13.

Question 9.
17 – 5 = ☐

17 – 5= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 10.
19 – 5 = ☐

19 – 5= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 19 we will get the result as 14.

Question 11.
17 – 7 = ☐

17 – 7= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 17 we will get the result as 10.

Question 12.
18 – 7 = ☐

18 – 7= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 18 we will get the result as 11.

Question 13.
19 – 7 = ☐

19 – 7= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 19 we will get the result as 12.

Question 14.
19 – 2 = ☐

19 – 2= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 19 we will get the result as 17.

Question 15.
19 – 7 = ☐

19 – 7= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 7 from 19 we will get the result as 12.

Question 16.
19 – 9 = ☐

19 – 9= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 19 we will get the result as 10.

Question 17.
18 – 9 = ☐

18 – 9= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 18 we will get the result as 11.

Question 18.
11 – 9 = ☐

11 – 9= 2.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 11 we will get the result as 2.

Question 19.
16 – 5 = ☐

16 – 5= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 16 from 5 we will get the result as 11.

Question 20.
15 – 5 = ☐

15 – 5= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 15 we will get the result as 10.

Question 21.
14 – 5 = ☐

14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 14 we will get the result as 9.

Question 22.
12 – 5 = ☐

12 – 5= 7.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 12 we will get the result as 7.

Question 23.
12 – 6 = ☐

12 – 6= 6.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 12 we will get the result as 6.

Question 24.
14 – ☐ = 11

14 – 3= 11.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 11. So x will be
x= 14 – 11
=  3.

Question 25.
14 – ☐ = 10

14 – 4= 11.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 10. So x will be
x= 14 – 10
=  4.

Question 26.
14 – ☐ = 9

14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 14 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 14 – 9
=  5.

Question 27.
15 – ☐ = 9

15 – 6= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 15 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 15 – 9
=  6.

Question 28.
☐ – 7 = 9

16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be x – 7 = 9. So x will be
x= 9 + 7
=  16.

Question 29.
19 – 5 = 16 – ☐

19 – 5= 16 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 19 – 5= 16 – x. So x will be
x= 16 – 14
=  2.

Question 30.
15 – 8 = ☐ – 9

15 – 8= 16 – 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 15 – 8= x – 9. So x will be
x= 9+7
=  16.

B
*Write the missing number.

Question 1.
16 – 1 = ☐

16 – 1= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 16 we will get the result as 15.

Question 2.
14 – 1 = ☐

14 – 1= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 14 we will get the result as 13.

Question 3.
18 – 1 = ☐

18 – 1= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 18 we will get the result as 17.

Question 4.
19 – 2 = ☐

19 – 2= 17.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 19 we will get the result as 17.

Question 5.
17 – 2 = ☐

17 – 2= 15.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 17 we will get the result as 15.

Question 6.
15 – 2 = ☐

15 – 2= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 2 from 15 we will get the result as 13.

Question 7.
15 – 3 = ☐

15 – 3= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 3 from 15 we will get the result as 12.

Question 8.
17 – 5 = ☐

17 – 5= 12.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 17 we will get the result as 12.

Question 9.
19 – 5 = ☐

19 – 5= 14.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 19 we will get the result as 14.

Question 10.
16 – 5 = ☐

16 – 5= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 16 we will get the result as 11.

Question 11.
16 – 6 = ☐

16 – 6= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 16 we will get the result as 10.

Question 12.
19 – 6 = ☐

19 – 6= 13.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 19 we will get the result as 13.

Question 13.
17 – 6 = ☐

17 – 6= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 17 we will get the result as 11.

Question 14.
17 – 1 = ☐

17 – 1= 16.

Explanation:
On subtracting 1 from 17 we will get the result as 16.

Question 15.
17 – 6 = ☐

17 – 6= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 6 from 17 we will get the result as 11.

Question 16.
19 – 9 = ☐

19 – 9= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 19 we will get the result as 10.

Question 17.
18 – 9 = ☐

18 – 9= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 18 we will get the result as 9.

Question 18.
12 – 9 = ☐

12 – 9= 3.

Explanation:
On subtracting 9 from 12 we will get the result as 3.

Question 19.
19 – 8 = ☐

19 – 8= 11.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 19 we will get the result as 11.

Question 20.
18 – 8 = ☐

18 – 8= 10.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 18 we will get the result as 10.

Question 21.
17 – 8 = ☐

17 – 8= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 8 from 17 we will get the result as 9.

Question 22.
14 – 5 = ☐

14 – 5= 9.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 14 we will get the result as 9.

Question 23.
13 – 5 = ☐

13 – 5= 8.

Explanation:
On subtracting 5 from 13 we will get the result as 8.

Question 24.
12 – ☐ = 7

12 – 5= 7.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 12 – x= 7. So x will be
x= 12 – 7
=  5.

Question 25.
16 – ☐ = 10

16 – 6= 10.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – x= 10. So x will be
x= 16 – 10
=  6.

Question 26.
16 – ☐ = 9

16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 16 – 9
=  7.

Question 27.
17 – ☐ = 9

17 – 8= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 17 – x= 9. So x will be
x= 17 – 9
=  8.

Question 28.
☐ – 7 = 9

16 – 7= 9.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be x – 7= 9. So x will be
x= 9 + 7
=  16.

Question 29.
19 – 4 = 17 – ☐

19 – 4 = 17 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 19 – 4 = 17 – x. So x will be
x= 17 – 15
=  2.

Question 30.
16 – 8 = ☐ – 9

16 – 8 = 10 – 2.

Explanation:
Let the empty box be x ad then replace the empty box with x, then the equation will be 16 – 8 = x – 2. So x will be
x= 8 + 2
=  10.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 5 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Circle the object(s) that are measured correctly.
a.

b.

c.

b.

Explanation:
In the above image, we can see that the correct measurement is b.

Question 2.
Measure the paper clip in 1(b) with your cubes. Then, check the cubes with your centimeter ruler.
The paper clip is _________ centimeter cubes long.
The paper clip is _________ centimeters long.

3 centimeter cubes long and 3 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The paper clip is 3 centimeter cube long.
The paper clip is 3 centimeters long.

Question 3.
Use centimeter cubes to measure the length of each picture from left to right.
Complete the statement about the length of each picture in centimeters.

a. The hamburger picture is _________ centimeters long.
b. The hot dog picture is _________ centimeters long.
c. The bread picture is __________ centimeters long.

4 centimeters long, 6 centimeters long, 5 centimeters long.

Explanation:
a. The hamburger picture is 4 centimeters long.
b. The hot dog picture is 6 centimeters long.
c. The bread picture is 5 centimeters long.

Question 4.
Use centimeter cubes to measure the objects below. Fill in the length of each object.
a.
centimeters long.

5 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The eraser is about 5 centimeters long.

b.
The hair clip is about _______
centimeters long.

4 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The hair clip is about 4 centimeters long.

c.
centimeters long.

5 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The key is about 5 centimeters long.

d.
centimeters long.

7 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The marker is about  7 centimeters long.

Question 5.
The eraser is longer than the __, but it is shorter than the ____.

Hairclip, Marker.

Explanation:
The eraser is longer than the Hairclip, but it is shorter than the marker.

Question 6.
Circle the word that makes the sentence true.
If a paper clip is shorter than the key, then the marker is longer/shorter than the paper clip.

Longer.

Explanation:
As a paper clip is shorter than the key, then the marker is longer than the paper clip.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 5 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Use the centimeter cubes to measure the items. Complete the sentences.

Question 1.
The water bottle is about ______ centimeters tall.

10 centimeters tall

Explanation:
The water bottle is about 10 centimeters tall.

Question 2.
The melon is about ______ centimeters long.

3 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The melon is about 3 centimeters long.

Question 3.
The screw is about ______ centimeters long.

4 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The screw is about 4 centimeters long.

Question 4.
The umbrella is about ______ centimeters tall.

10 centimeters tall

Explanation:
The umbrella is about 10 centimeters tall.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 5 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
Justin collects stickers. Use centimeter cubes to measure Justin’s stickers. Complete the sentences about Justin’s stickers.

a. The motorcycle sticker is ______ centimeters long.

15 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The motorcycle sticker is 15 centimeters long.

b. The car sticker is ______ centimeters long.

5 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The car sticker is 5 centimeters long.

c. The fire truck sticker is ______ centimeters long.

17 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The fire truck sticker is 17 centimeters long.

d. The rowboat sticker is ______ centimeters long.

8 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The rowboat sticker is 8 centimeters long.

e. The airplane sticker is ______ centimeters long.

10 centimeters long.

Explanation:
The airplane sticker is 10 centimeters long.

Question 2.
Use the stickers’ measurements to order the stickers of the fire truck, the rowboat, and the airplane from longest to shortest. You can use drawings or names to order the stickers.

Firetruck, Motorcycle, Airplane, Rawboat and Car.

Explanation:
The measurements from longest to shortest is Firetruck, Motorcycle, Airplane, Rawboat and Car.

Question 3.
Fill in the blanks to make the statements true. (There may be more than one correct answer.)
a. The airplane sticker is longer than the _______________ sticker.
b. The rowboat sticker is longer than the ________________ sticker and shorter than the _______________ sticker.
c. The motorcycle sticker is shorter than the _____________ sticker and longer than the _____________ sticker.
d. If Justin gets a new sticker that is longer than the rowboat, it will also be longer than which of his other stickers? _________________