## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 4 Lesson 7 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 7 Sprint Answer Key

A
Write the missing number. Pay attention to the addition or subtraction sign. Question 1.
5 + 1 = ☐
1 more than 5 is 6
5+1=6

Question 2.
15 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 15 and 1
1 mor than 15 is 16
15+1=16

Question 3.
25 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 25 and 1
1 more than 25 is 26
25+1=26

Question 4.
5 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are  5 and 10
ten more than 5 is 15
5+10=15

Question 5.
15 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 15 and 10
ten more than 15 is 25
15+10=25

Question 6.
25 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 55 and 10
10 more tha 25 is 35
25+10=35

Question 7.
8 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 8 and 1
1 less tha 8 is 7
8-1=7

Question 8.
18 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 18 and 1
1 less than 18 is 17
18-1=17

Question 9.
28 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 28 and 1
1 less than 28 is 27
28-1=27

Question 10.
38 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 38 and 1
1 less than 38 is 37
38-1=37

Question 11.
38 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 38 and 10
10 less than 38 is 28
38-10=28

Question 12.
28 – 10 = ☐

Question 13.
18 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 18 and 10
10 less than 18 is 8
18-10=8

Question 14.
9 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 9 and 10
10 more than 9 is 19
9+10=19

Question 15.
19 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 19 and 10
10 more than 19 is 29
19+10=29

Question 16.
29 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 29 and 10
10 more than 29 is 39
29+10=39

Question 17.
9 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 9 and 1
1 more than 9 is 10
9+1=10

Question 18.
19 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 19 and 1
1 more than 19 is 20
19+1=20

Question 19.
29 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 29 and 1
1 more than 29 is 30
29+1=30

Question 20.
39 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 39 and 1
1 more than 39 is 40
39+1=40

Question 21.
40 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 40 and 1
1 less than 40 is 39
40-1=39

Question 22.
30 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 30 and 1
1 less than 30 is 29
30-1=29

Question 23.
20 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 20 and 1
1 less than 20 is 19
20-1=19

Question 24.
20 + ☐ = 21
Given two numbers are 20 and 21
1 more than 20 gives 21
20+1=21

Question 25.

20 + ☐ = 30
Given two numbers are 20 and 30
10 more than 20 gives 30
20+10=30

Question 26.
27 + ☐ = 37
Given two numbers are 27 and 37
10 more than 27 gives 37
27+10=37

Question 27.
27 + ☐ = 28
Given two numbers are 28 and 38
10 more than 28 gives 38
28+10=38

Question 28.
☐ + 10 = 34
Given two numbers are 10 and 34
10 more than 24 gives 34
24+10=34

Question 29.
☐ – 10 = 14
Given two numbers are 10 and 14
10 less than 24 gives 14
24-10=14

Question 30.
☐ – 10 = 24
Given two numbers are 24 and 10
10 less than 34 gives 24
34-10=24

B
Write the missing number. Pay attention to the addition or subtraction sign. Question 1.
4 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 4 and 1
1 more than 4 is 5
4+1=5

Question 2.
14 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 14 and 1
1 more than 14 is 15
14+1=15

Question 3.
24 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 24 and 1
1 more than 24 is 25
24+1=25

Question 4.
6 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 10 and 6
10 more than 6 is 16
6+10=16

Question 5.
16 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 10 and 16
10 more than 16 is 26
16+10=26

Question 6.
26 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 10 and 26
10 more than 26 is 36
26+10=36

Question 7.
7 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 7 and 1
1 less than 7 is 6
7-1=6

Question 8.
17 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 17 and 1
1 less than 17 is 16
17-1=16

Question 9.
27 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 27 and 1
1 less than 27 is 26
27-1=26

Question 10.
37 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 37 and 1
1 less than 37 is 36
37-1=36

Question 11.
37 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 37 and 10
10 less than 37 is 27
37-10=27

Question 12.
27 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are  27 and 10
10 less than 27 is 17
27-10=17

Question 13.
17 – 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 17 and 10
10 less than 17 is 7
17-10=7

Question 14.
8 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 8 and 10
10 more than 8 is 18
10+8=18

Question 15.
18 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 18 and 10
10 more than 18 is 28
10+18=28

Question 16.
28 + 10 = ☐
Given two numbers are 28 and 10
10 more than 28 is 38
10+28=38

Question 17.
9 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 9 and 1
1 more than 9 is 10
9+1=10

Question 18.
19 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 19 and 1
1 more than 19 is 20
19+1=20

Question 19.
29 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 29 and 1
1 more than 29 is 30
29+1=30

Question 20.
39 + 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 39 and 1
1 more than 39 is 40
39+1=40

Question 21.
40 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 40 and 1
1 less than 40 is 39
40-1=39

Question 22.
30 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 30 and 1
1 less than 30 is 29
30-1=29

Question 23.
20 – 1 = ☐
Given two numbers are 20 and 1
1 less than 20 is 19
20-1=19

Question 24.
10 + ☐ = 11
Given two numbers are 10 and 11
1 more than 10 gives 11
10+1=11

Question 25.
10 + ☐ = 20
Given two numbers are 10 and 20
10 more than 10 gives20
10+10=20

Question 26.
22 + ☐ = 32
Given two numbers are 22 and 32
10 more than 22 gives 32
10+22=32

Question 27.
22 + ☐ = 23
Given two numbers are 22 and 23
1 more than 22 gives 23
1+22=23

Question 28.
☐ + 10 = 39
Given two numbers are 10 and 39
10 more than 29 is 39
10+29=39

Question 29.
☐ – 10 = 19
Given two numbers are 10 and 19
10 less than 29 is 19
10-29=19

Question 30.
☐ – 10 = 29
Given two numbers are 10 and 29
10 less than 39 is 29
10-39=29

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 7 Problem Set Answer Key

For each pair, write the number of items in each set. Then, circle the set with the greater number of items.
Question 1. Answer: 19 is greater than 13
Given two images
First image has 13 beads in total where one braclite has 10 beads and 3 separately
And second image has 19 beads in total where one braclite has 10 beads and 9 separately
19 is equal to 1 ten and 9 ones
13 is equal to 1 ten and 3 ones
19>13 Question 2. Given two images
First image has 36 penuts in total where 3 bag of penuta has 10 penuts in each and 6 separately
And second image has 13 carrots in total where one bunch has 10 carrots and 3 separately
36 is equal to 3 ten and 6 ones
13 is equal to 1 ten and 3 ones
36>13 Question 3. Given two images
First image has 30 straws in total where 3 bunche has 10 straws
And second image has 29 beads in total where 2 buches  has 10 straws in each  and 9 separately
29 is equal to 2 ten and 9 ones
30 is equal to 0 ten and 0 ones
30>29 Question 4. Given two images
First image has 30 dots
And second image has 32 dots
30 is equal to 3 ten and 0 ones
32 is equal to 3 ten and 2 ones
32>30 Question 5.
Circle the number that is greater in each pair.
a. 1 ten 2 ones           3 tens 2 ones
b. 2 tens 8 ones         3 tens 2 ones
c. 19                                  15
d. 31                                 26 Question 6.
Circle the set of coins that has a greater value. Answer: 3 diem is greater than 3 pennies
Because 3 dimes is equal to 30 cents
And  3 pennies is equal to 3 cents
30 is 3 tens and 0 ones
And 3 is equal to 0 tens and 3 ones For each pair, write the number of items in each set. Circle the set with fewer items.
Question 7. Given two images
First image has 13 beads in total where one braclite has 10 beads and 3 separately
And second image has 19 beads in total where one braclite has 10 beads and 9 separately
19 is equal to 1 ten and 9 ones
13 is equal to 1 ten and 3 ones
13<19 Question 8. Given two images
First image has 11 crayons in total where one box has 10 crayons and 1 separately
And second image has 14 crayons in total where one box has 10 crayons and 4 separately
11 is equal to 1 ten and 1 ones
14 is equal to 1 ten and 4 ones
11<14 Question 9. Given two images
First image has 11 marbles in total where one bag has 10 marble and 1 separately
And second image has 20 marbles in total where 2 bag has 10 marbles in each
11 is equal to 1 ten and 1 ones
20 is equal to 2 ten and 0 ones
11<20 Question 10. Given two images
First image has 40 dots in total
And second image has 26 dots
40 is equal to 4 ten and 0 ones
26 is equal to 2 ten and 6 ones
26<40 Question 11.
11. Circle the number that is less in each pair.
a. 2 tens 5 ones      1 ten 5 ones
b. 28 ones              3 tens 2 ones
c. 18                            13
d. 31                            26 Question 12.
Circle the set of coins that has less value. Answer:  1 dime 2 pennies is less than 1 penny 2 dimes
1 dime 2 pennies are equal to 12 cents
And 1 penny 2 dime are equal to 21 cents
12 is equal to 1 ten and 2 ones
21 is equal to 2 ones and 1 ones
12 is less than 21
12<21 Question 13.
Circle the amount that is less. Draw or write to show how you know.
32
17
Answer:  17 is less than 32
32 is 3 tens and 2 ones
17 is 1 ten and 7 ones
17 < 32 ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 7 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Write the number of items in each set. Then, circle the set that is greater in number. Write a statement to compare the two sets. ______ is greater than _______.
Answer: 34 is geater than 25
There are 3 bags of carrots 10 carrots and 4 carrots separately in one image
That 3 tens and 4 ones
And there are 2 boxes of 10 crayons and 5 rayons separately in other image
that is 2 tens and 5 ones
34<25 Question 2.
Write the number of items in each set. Then, circle the set that is less in number. Say a statement to compare the two sets. ______ is less than _______.
Answer: 24  is less than 34
There are 2 bags of marbles with 10 in each bag and 4 marbles separately
That is 2 tens and 4 ones
And there are 3 boxex of marbles with 10 in each bag and 4 marbles separately
That is 3 tens and 4 ones
so 24 is less than 34
24<34 Question 3.
Circle the set of coins that has a greater value.  Question 4.
Circle the set of coins that has less value.  ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 7 Homework Answer Key

Write the number, and circle the set that is greater in each pair. Say a statement to compare the two sets.
Question 1. There are 2 bags of penuts with 10 in each bag and 2 penuts separately
That is 2 tens and 4 ones
And there are 1 flowerpot  10 in flowers and 4 flowers separately
That is 1 tens and 4 ones
so 24 is greater than 14
24>14 Question 2. Answer: 23 is greater tha 13
There are 2 boxes of crayons with 10 in each box and 3 crayons separately
That is 2 tens and 3 ones
And there is 1 box of marbles with 10 marles and 3 marbles separately
That is 1 tens and 3 ones
so 23 is greater than 13
23>13 Circle the number that is greater for each pair.
Question 3.
3 tens 8 ones             3 tens 9 ones
Answer:  3 tens 9 ones is greater than 3 tens 8 ones
3 tens 8 ones is equal to 38
3 tens 9 ones is equal to 39
39>38 Question 4.
25                 35
Answer: 35 is greater than 25
35 has 3 tens and 5 ones
25 had 2 tens and 5 ones
35>25 Question 5.
Write the value and circle the set of coins that has greater value. Answer: 20 is greater tha 11
There are 2 dimes which is equal to 20 cents
And there is one dime and 1 penni which is equal to 1 cent
20 > 11 Write the number, and circle the set that is less in each pair. Say a statement to compare the two sets.
Question 6. Answer: 24 is less than 31
There are 3 bunches od 10 straws and one single straw that is 32
There are 2 sets of 10 cubes and 4 cubes that is 24
24<31 Question 7. Answer: 28 is less than 38
28 is equal to 2 tens 8 ones
38 is equal to 3 tens and 8 ones
28<38 Circle the number that is less for each pair.
Question 8.
2 tens 7 ones               3 tens 7 ones
Answer: 2 tens 7 ones is less than 3 tens 7 ones
2 tens 7 ones is equal to 27
3 tens 7 ones is equal to 37
27<37 Question 9.
22               29
Answer: 22 is less than 29
22 has 2 tens and 2 ones
And 29 has 2 tens and 9 ones
22<29 Question 10.
Write the value and circle the set of coins that has less value. Answer: 13 is less than 22
There are 2 dimes and 2 pennies in 22
And there are 1 dime and 3 pennies in 13
22 is equal to 2 tens and 2 ones
And 13 is equal to 1 ten and 3 ones
13<22 Question 11.
Katelyn and Johnny are playing comparison with cards. They have recorded the totals for each round. For each round, circle the total that won the cards, and write the statement. The first one is done for you.
ROUND 1: The total that is greater wins. a. ROUND 2: The total that is less wins. Answer: 24 is less than 27
so  johnny wins
24<27 b. ROUND 3: The total that is greater wins. Answer: 32 is greater than 22
so  katelyn wins
32>22 c. ROUND 4: The total that is less wins. Answer: 26 is less than 29
so  johnny wins
26<29 d. If Katelyn’s total is 39, and Johnny’s total has 3 tens 9 ones, who would have a greater total? Draw a math drawing to explain how you know. 