## Engage NY Eureka Math 3rd Grade Module 1 Lesson 11 Answer Key

Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 1 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 1 Lesson 11 Pattern Sheet Answer Key

Multiply.

Answer:

multiply by 3 (1–5)

Explanation:

Multiplied by 3 (1–5) as shown above.

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 1 Lesson 11 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.

Mrs. Prescott has 12 oranges. She puts 2 oranges in each bag.

How many bags does she have?

a. Draw an array where each column shows a bag of oranges.

___12___ ÷ 2 = ___6_____.

Mrs. Prescott have 6 bags,

Explanation:

Given Mrs. Prescott has 12 oranges and she puts 2 oranges in each bag, So number of bags she have are 12 ÷ 2 = 6 bags,

a. Drawn an array where each column shows a bag of oranges as shown above in the picture.

b. Redraw the oranges in each bag as a unit in the tape diagram.

The first unit is done for you. As you draw, label the diagram with known and unknown information from the problem.

b.

Explanation:

Redrawn the oranges in each bag as a unit in the tape diagram, labeled the diagram with known and unknown information from the problem as 6 × 2 = 12 oranges, or 12 ÷ 2 = 6 bags.

Question 2.

Mrs. Prescott arranges 18 plums into 6 bags. How many plums are in each bag? Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram. Show each column as the number of plums in each bag.

There are ____3_____ plums in each bag.

Mrs. Prescott arranges 3 plums in each bag,

Explanation:

Given Mrs. Prescott arranges 18 plums into 6 bags.

So number of plums in each bag are 18 ÷ 6 = 3 bags

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram as shown each column as the number of plums in each bag.

Question 3.

Fourteen shopping baskets are stacked equally in 7 piles.

How many baskets are in each pile? Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram.

Show each column as the number of baskets in each pile.

There are 2 baskets in each pile,

Explanation:

Given Fourteen shopping baskets are stacked equally in 7 piles.

So number of baskets in each pile are 14 ÷ 7 = 2 baskets,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram. Shown each column as the number of baskets in each pile.

Question 4.

In the back of the store, Mr. Prescott packs 24 bell peppers equally into 8 bags. How many bell peppers are in each bag?

Model the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram.

Show each column as the number of bell peppers in each bag.

There are 3 bell peppers in each bag,

Explanation:

Given In the back of the store, Mr. Prescott packs 24 bell peppers equally into 8 bags. So number of bell peppers in each bag are 24 ÷ 8 = 3 bell peppers,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram and shown each column as the number of bell peppers in each bag.

Question 5.

Olga saves $2 a week to buy a toy car. The car costs $16.

How many weeks will it take her to save enough to buy the toy?

Answer:

It will take 8 weeks to buy a toy car,

Explanation:

Given Olga saves $2 a week to buy a toy car.

The car costs $16. So number of weeks will it take her to save enough to buy the toy is $16 ÷ $2 = 8 weeks.

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 1 Lesson 11 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Ms. McCarty has 18 stickers. She puts 2 stickers on each homework paper and has no more left.

How many homework papers does she have?

Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram.

Ms. McCarty has 9 homework papers,

Explanation:

Given Ms. McCarty has 18 stickers and she puts 2 stickers on each homework paper and has no more left.

So number of homework papers does she have are 18 ÷ 2 = 9 homework papers,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram as shown above in the picture.

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 1 Lesson 11 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Fred has 10 pears. He puts 2 pears in each basket.

How many baskets does he have?

a. Draw an array where each column represents the number of pears in each basket.

___10____ ÷ 2 = ___5_____

Fred has 5 baskets ,

Explanation:

Given Fred has 10 pears and he puts 2 pears in each basket.

So number of baskets does he have are 10 ÷ 2 = 5 baskets,

a. Drawn an array where each column represents the number of pears in each basket as shown in the picture above.

b. Redraw the pears in each basket as a unit in the tape diagram.

Label the diagram with known and unknown information from the problem.

Redrawn the pears in each basket as a unit in the tape diagram,

Explanation:

Redrawn the pears in each basket as a unit in the tape diagram.

Labeled the diagram with known and unknown information from the problem as 10 ÷ 2 = 5 baskets or 5 × 2 = 10 pears.

Question 2.

Ms. Meyer organizes 15 clipboards equally into 3 boxes.

How many clipboards are in each box? Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram. Show each column as the number of clipboards in each box.

There are ____5_____ clipboards in each box.

Ms. Meyer organizes 5 clipboards in each box,

Explanation:

Given Ms. Meyer organizes 15 clipboards equally into 3 boxes.

So, Number of clipboards in each box are 15 ÷ 3 = 5,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram as shown above each column has 5 number of clipboards in each box.

Question 3.

Sixteen action figures are arranged equally on 2 shelves.

How many action figures are on each shelf?

Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram. Show each column as the number of action figures on each shelf.

There are 8 action figures on each shelf,

Explanation:

Given Sixteen action figures are arranged equally on 2 shelves.

So number of action figures on each shelf are 16 ÷ 2 = 8,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram as show each column has 8 number of action figures on each shelf.

Question 4.

Jasmine puts 18 hats away. She puts an equal number of hats on 3 shelves. How many hats are on each shelf?

Model the problem with both an array and a labeled tape diagram. Show each column as the number of hats on each shelf.

On each shelf there are 6 hats,

Explanation:

Given Jasmine puts 18 hats away and she puts an equal number of hats on 3 shelves. So number of hats on each shelf are 18 ÷ 3 = 6 hats,

Modeled the problem with both an array and labeled tape diagram as shown each column has 6 number of hats on each shelf.

Question 5.

Corey checks out 2 books a week from the library.

How many weeks will it take him to check out a total of 14 books?

Corey will take 7 weeks to check out total 14 books,

Explanation:

Given Corey checks out 2 books a week from the library.

So, number of weeks it will take Corey to check out a total of 14 books are 14 ÷ 2 = 7 weeks.