## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 3 Lesson 6 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 6 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.

Order the bugs from longest to shortest by writing the bug names on the lines.

Use centimeter cubes to check your answer. Write the length of each bug in the space to the right of the pictures.

The bugs from longest to shortest are

___________ ____________ __________

Fly

_________ centimeters

Caterpillar

_________ centimeters

Bee

_________ centimeters

Answer:

Caterpillar – 5 cm, Fly – 7 cm, Bee – 4 cm

Explanation:

The bugs from longest to shortest are Caterpillar which is 5 cm in length, next is a fly which is 7 cm in length and the shortest is the bee which is 4 cm in length.

Question 2.

Order the objects below from shortest to longest using the numbers 1, 2, and 3. Use your centimeter cubes to check your answers, and then complete the sentences for problems d, e, f, and g.

a. The noise maker: _______

b. The balloon: _______

c. The present: _______

d. The present is about _______ centimeters long.

e. The noise maker is about _______ centimeters long.

f. The balloon is about _______ centimeters long.

g. The noise maker is about _______ centimeters longer than the present.

Answer:

a. The noise maker: 3

b. The balloon: 1

c. The present: 2

d. The present is about 5 centimeters long.

e. The noise maker is about 8 centimeters long.

f. The balloon is about 4 centimeters long.

g. The noise maker is about 3 centimeters longer than the present.

Explanation:

First, we need to keep the order of the objects from shortest to longest by using the numbers given in the question.

The shortest one given in the question is a balloon that is 4 centimeters long so we numbered it as 1.

Now we have to number another object has is the present i.e is 2 which is 5 centimeters long.

The longest in the given objects is the noise maker that is 8 centimeters long so we numbered it as 3.

Use your centimeter cubes to model each length, and answer the question. Write a statement for your answer.

Question 3.

Peter’s toy T. rex is 11 centimeters tall, and his toy Velociraptor is 6 centimeters tall. How much taller is the T. rex than the Velociraptor?

Answer:

T.rex is 11 centimeters, Velociraptor is 6 centimeters

so to know how much taller T.rex is 11 – 6 = 5 centimeters

Explanation:

We already know peter’s toy is 11 cm and another toy is 6 cm. Hence by doing the difference between them is 11 – 6 = 5cm. Therefore T.rex is 5 cm taller than the velociraptor.

Question 4.

Miguel’s pencil rolled 17 centimeters, and Sonya’s pencil rolled 9 centimeters. How much less did Sonya’s pencil roll than Miguel’s?

Answer:

17-9=8 cm.

Explanation:

As we know Miguel’s pencil is 17 cm and Sonya’s pencil is 9 cm. By doing the difference between those two we could get the answer as 8 cm. Therefore Sonya’s pencil is 8 cm less than that of Miguel’s.

Question 5.

Tania makes a cube tower that is 3 centimeters taller than Vince’s tower. If Vince’s tower is 9 centimeters tall, how tall is Tania’s tower?

Answer:

9+3=12 cm. Tania’s tower is 12 cm tall.

Explanation:

Here Vince’s tower is 9 cm tall and Tania makes a cube tower that is 3 cm taller than Vince’s tower. So to calculate how tall is Tania’s tower we need to add Tania’s tower and Vince’s tower. Therefore we could get the answer as 12 cm tall i.e ( 9 cm +3 cm).

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 6 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Read the measurements of the tool pictures.

The wrench is 8 centimeters long.

The screwdriver is 12 centimeters long.

The hammer is 9 centimeters long.

Question 1.

Order the pictures of the tools from shortest to longest.

__________ ____________ _____________

Answer:

Wrench, Hammer, Screwdriver.

Explanation:

Here we have to arrange the tools given from shortest to longest. Compare the tool picture with one another with the measurements given then we can arrange the following tools from shortest to longest. The first shortest one is a wrench with 8 cm long, the second shortest one is a hammer that is 9cm long and the longest one is a screwdriver with 12 cm long.

Question 2.

How much longer is the screwdriver than the wrench?

The screwdriver is ______ centimeters longer than the wrench.

Answer:

The screwdriver is 4 centimeters longer than the wrench.

Explanation:

The screwdriver is 12 cm long and the wrench is 8 cm long. By comparing both the lengths the screwdriver is 4 cm ( 12-4=8cm) longer than the wrench.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 3 Lesson 6 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Natasha’s teacher wants her to put the fish in order from longest to shortest. Measure each fish with the centimeter cubes that your teacher gave you.

Answer:

A is 6 cm long

B is 9 cm long

C is 8 cm long

D is 5 cm long

E is 7 cm long

Explanation:

Here we have to measure the fish with the centimeter cubes that were given to you. Hence we could get the above measurements.

Question 2.

Order fish A, B, and C from longest to shortest. ___________ centimeters

_____________ _____________ _____________

Answer:

B, C, A

Explanation:

A is 6 cm long, B is 9 cm long and C is 8 cm. Now compare one another to arrange them from longest to shortest centimeters. By arranging them the answer we get is B, C , A.

Question 3.

Use all of the fish measurements to complete the sentences.

a. Fish A is longer than Fish _______ and shorter than Fish _______.

b. Fish C is shorter than Fish _______ and longer than Fish _______.

c. Fish _______ is the shortest fish.

d. If Natasha gets a new fish that is shorter than Fish A, list the fish that the new fish is also shorter than.

Answer:

a. Fish A is longer than Fish D and shorter than Fish B, C, or E

b. Fish C is shorter than Fish B and longer than Fish A, D, or E

c. Fish D is the shortest fish.

d. B, C, and E

Explanation:

By using the measurements given in the above questions we need to answer the questions. Fish A is 6 cm long, D is 5 cm long. Hence for the first question, we can answer as fish A is longer than Fish D and shorter than B, C, or E.

Use the same process as above to answer the remaining questions. Compare the fish measurements with one another and we get Fish C is shorter than Fish B and longer than Fish A, D, or E.

By comparing all the fish measurements with D we can write it as Fish D is the shortest one.

As Natasha gets a new fish that is shorter than Fish A then the new fish is also shorter than B, C, and E

Use your centimeter cubes to model each length, and answer the question.

Question 4.

Henry gets a new pencil that is 19 centimeters long. He sharpens the pencil several times. If the pencil is now 9 centimeters long, how much shorter is the pencil now than when it was new?

Answer:

Henry’s pencil is 19 cm, now the pencil is 9 cm

Now the pencil is 10 cm shorter. (19cm-9cm=10cm)

Explanation:

We know the henry pencil measurements and also he sharped the pencil several times now the pencil had become shorter i.e 9 cm. So the new measurement of the pencil is 10 cm long. We just need to make the difference in the measurement. So we could know the new pencil measurement.

Question 5.

Malik and Jared each found a stick at the park. Malik found a stick that was 11 centimeters long. Jared found a stick that was 17 centimeters long. How much longer was Jared’s stick?

Answer:

Malik stick is 11 cm long

Jared’s stick is 17 cm long. Now Jared stick is 6 cm longer than malik (17cm-11cm=6cm)

Explanation:

Both of them found a stick at the park. And we got to know each stick’s measurements. Now we just need to find how much longer Jared’s stick is? To calculate that we need to make a difference in both the stick’s measurements. Hence the stick is 6 cm longer than Jared’s stick i.e (17cm-11cm=6cm).