Engage NY Eureka Math 5th Grade Module 5 Lesson 1 Answer Key
Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 1 Problem Set Answer Key
Question 1.
Use your centimeter cubes to build the figures pictured below on centimeter grid paper. Find the total volume of each figure you built, and explain how you counted the cubic units. Be sure to include units.
Figure |
Volume |
Explanation |
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B | ||
C | ||
D | ||
E | ||
F |
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Question 2.
Build 2 different structures with the following volumes using your unit cubes. Then, draw one of the figures on the dot paper. One example has been drawn for you.
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Question 3.
Joyce says that the figure below, made of 1 cm cubes, has a volume of 5 cubic centimeters.
a. Explain her mistake.
b. Imagine if Joyce adds to the second layer so the cubes completely cover the first layer in the figure above. What would be the volume of the new structure? Explain how you know.
Answer:
a.
Joyce did not count the cube which is hidden. That is the cube on the second layer sitting on the hidden cube.
b.
I counted the first layer and multiplied by 2
5 x 2 = 10
Therefore, The volume of the new structure = 10cm^{3}
Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 1 Exit Ticket Answer Key
Question 1.
What is the volume of the figures pictured below?
Answer:
a.
5 cm^{3}
b.
12cm^{3}
Question 2.
Draw a picture of a figure with a volume of 3 cubic units on the dot paper.
Answer:
Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 1 Homework Answer Key
Question 1.
The following solids are made up of 1 cm cubes. Find the total volume of each figure, and write it in the chart below.
Figure | Volume |
Explanation |
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F |
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Question 2.
Draw a figure with the given volume on the dot paper.
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Question 3.
John built and drew a structure that has a volume of 5 cubic centimeters. His little brother tells him he made a mistake because he only drew 4 cubes. Help John explain to his brother why his drawing is accurate.
Answer:
There are 5 cubes.
4 cubes are on the bottaom and and one cube at the top.So, 4 + 1 = 5
Therefore, there are 5 cubes
Question 4.
Draw another figure below that represents a structure with a volume of 5 cubic centimeters.
Answer: