## Engage NY Eureka Math 2nd Grade Module 8 Lesson 2 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 8 Lesson 2 Sprint Answer Key

A.
Make a Hundred to Ten:

Question 1.
98 + 3 =
By adding 98 with 3 we get 101

Question 2.
98 + 4 =
By adding 98 with 4 we get 102

Question 3.
98 + 5 =
By adding 98 with 5 we get 103

4.
98 + 8 =
By adding 98 with 8 we get 106

Question 5.
98 + 6 =
By adding 98 with 6 we get 104

Question 6.
98 + 9 =
By adding 98 with 9 we get 107

Question 7.
98 + 7 =
By adding 98 with 7 we get 105

Question 8.
99 + 2 =
By adding 99 with 2 we get 101

Question 9.
99 + 3 =
By adding 99 with 3 we get 102

Question 10.
99 + 4 =
By adding 99 with 4 we get 103

Question 11.
99 + 9 =
By adding 99 with 9 we get 108

Question 12.
99 + 6 =
By adding 99 with 6 we get 105

Question 13.
99 + 8 =
By adding 99 with 8 we get 107

Question 14.
99 + 5 =
By adding 99 with 5 we get 104

Question 15.
99 + 7 =
By adding 99 with 7 we get 106

Question 16.
98 + 13 =
By adding 98 with 13 we get 111

Question 17.
98 + 24 =
By adding 98 with 24 we get 122

Question 18.
98 + 35 =
By adding 98 with 35 we get 133

Question 19.
98 + 46 =
By adding 98 with 46 we get 144

Question 20.
98 + 57 =
By adding 98 with 57 we get 155

Question 21.
98 + 68 =
By adding 98 with 68 we get 166

Question 22.
98 + 79 =
By adding 98 with 79 we get 177

Question 23.
99 + 12 =
By adding 99 with 12 we get 111

Question 24.
99 + 23 =
By adding 99 with 23 we get 122

Question 25.
99 + 34 =
By adding 99 with 34 we get 133

Question 26.
99 + 45 =
By adding 99 with 45 we get 144

Question 27.
99 + 56 =
By adding 99 with 56 we get 155

Question 28.
99 + 67 =
By adding 99 with 67 we get 166

Question 29.
99 + 78 =
By adding 99 with 78 we get 177

Question 30.
35 + 99 =
By adding 35 with 99 we get 134

Question 31.
45 + 98 =
By adding 45 with 98 we get 143

Question 32.
46 + 99 =
By adding 46 with 99 we get 145

Question 33.
56 + 98 =
By adding 56 with 98 we get 154

Question 34.
67 + 99 =
By adding 67 with 99 we get 167

Question 35.
77 + 98 =
By adding 77 with 98 we get 175

Question 36.
68 + 99 =
By adding 68 with 99 we get 167

Question 37.
78 + 98 =
By adding 78 with 98 we get 176

Question 38.
99 + 95 =
By adding 99 with 95 we get 194

Question 39.
93 + 99 =
By adding 93 with 99 we get 192

Question 40.
99 + 95 =
By adding 99 with 95 we get 194

Question 41.
94 + 99 =
By adding 94 with 99 we get 193

Question 42.
98 + 96 =
By adding 98 with 96 we get 194

Question 43.
94 + 98 =
By adding 94 with 98 we get 192

Question 44.
98 + 88 =
By adding 98 with 88 we get 186

B.
Make a Hundred to Ten:

Question 1.
99 + 2 =
By adding 99 with 2 we get 101

Question 2.
99 + 3 =
By adding 99 with 3 we get 102

Question 3.
99 + 4 =
By adding 99 with 4 we get 103

Question 4.
99 + 8 =
By adding 99 with 8 we get 107

Question 5.
99 + 6 =
By adding 99 with 6 we get 105

Question 6.
99 + 9 =
By adding 99 with 9 we get 108

Question 7.
99 + 5 =
By adding 99 with 5 we get 104

Question 8.
99 + 7 =
By adding 99 with 7 we get 106

Question 9.
98 + 3 =
By adding 98 with 3 we get 101

Question 10.
98 + 4 =
By adding 98 with 4 we get 102

Question 11.
98 + 5 =
By adding 98 with 5 we get 103

Question 12.
98 + 9 =
By adding 98 with 9 we get 107

Question 13.
98 + 7 =
By adding 98 with 7 we get 105

Question 14.
98 + 8 =
By adding 98 with 8 we get 106

Question 15.
98 + 6 =
By adding 98 with 6 we get 104

Question 16.
99 + 12 =
By adding 99 with 12 we get 111

Question 17.
99 + 23 =
By adding 99 with 23 we get 122

Question 18.
99 + 34 =
By adding 99 with 34 we get 133

Question 19.
99 + 45 =
By adding 99 with 45 we get 144

Question 20.
99 + 56 =
By adding 99 with 56 we get 155

Question 21.
99 + 67 =
By adding 99 with 67 we get 166

Question 22.
99 + 78 =
By adding 99 with 78 we get 177

Question 23.
98 + 13 =
By adding 98 with 13 we get 111

Question 24.
98 + 24 =
By adding 98 with 24 we get 122

Question 25.
98 + 35 =
By adding 98 with 35 we get 133

Question 26.
98 + 46 =
By adding 98 with 46 we get 144

Question 27.
98 + 57 =
By adding 98 with 57 we get 155

Question 28.
98 + 68 =
By adding 98 with 68 we get 166

Question 29.
98 + 79 =
By adding 98 with 79 we get 177

Question 30.
25 + 99 =
By adding 25 with 99 we get 124

Question 31.
35 + 98 =
By adding 35 with 98 we get 133

Question 32.
36 + 99 =
By adding 36 with 99 we get 135

Question 33.
46 + 98 =
By adding 46 with 98 we get 144

Question 34.
57 + 99 =
By adding 57 with 99 we get 156

Question 35.
67 + 98 =
By adding 67 with 98 we get 165

Question 36.
78 + 99 =
By adding 78 with 99 we get 177

Question 37.
88 + 98 =
By adding 88 with 98 we get 186

Question 38.
99 + 93 =
By adding 99 with 93 we get 192

Question 39.
95 + 99 =
By adding 95 with 99 we get 194

Question 40.
99 + 97 =
By adding 99 with 97 we get 196

Question 41.
92 + 99 =
By adding 92 with 99 we get 191

Question 42.
98 + 94 =
By adding 98 with 94 we get 192

Question 43.
96 + 98 =
By adding 96 with 98 we get 194

Question 44.
98 + 86 =
By adding 98 with 86 we get 184

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 8 Lesson 2 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Count the number of sides and angles for each shape to identify each polygon. The polygon names in the word bank may be used more than once.

a.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

b.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

c.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

d.

The above figure has 6 sides so the polygon is Hexagon.

e.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

f.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

g.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

h.

The above figure has 6 sides so the polygon is Hexagon.

i.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

j.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

k.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

l.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

Question 2.
Draw more sides to complete 2 examples of each polygon.

Question 3.

a.
Explain why both polygons A and B are hexagons.
Answer: A and B are hexagons because there are 6 sides and 6 angles.

b.
Draw a different hexagon than the two that are shown.

4.
Explain why both polygons C and D are quadrilaterals.

Answer: Shape C and D are quadrilaterals because there are 4 sides and 4 angles.

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 8 Lesson 2 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Count the number of sides and angles for each shape to identify each polygon. The polygon names in the word bank may be used more than once.

Question 1.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

Question 2.

The above figure has 6 sides so the polygon is Hexagon.

Question 3.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

Question 4.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

Question 5.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

Question 6.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

### Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 8 Lesson 2 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
Count the number of sides and angles for each shape to identify each polygon. The polygon names in the word bank may be used more than once.

a.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

b.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

c.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

d.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

e.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

f.

The above figure has 6 sides so the polygon is Hexagon.

g.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

h.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

i.

The above figure has 6 sides so the polygon is Hexagon.

j.

The above figure has 4 sides so the polygon is Quadrilateral.

k.

The above figure has 5 sides so the polygon is Pentagon.

l.

The above figure has 3 sides so the polygon is Triangle.

Question 2.
Draw more sides to complete 2 examples of each polygon.

Question 3.
Explain why both polygons A and B are pentagons.

Answer: The polygons A and B has 5 sides and 5 angles.

4.
Explain why both polygons C and D are triangles.

Answer: Both the shapes C and D has 3 sides and 3 angles.