## Engage NY Eureka Math 5th Grade Module 5 Lesson 19 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 19 Sprint Answer Key

A

Multiply by Multiples of 10 and 100

Question 1.

2 × 10 =

Answer: 20

Question 2.

12 × 10 =

Answer: 120

Question 3.

12 × 100 =

Answer:1200

Question 4.

4 × 10 =

Answer: 40

Question 5.

34 × 10 =

Answer: 340

Question 6.

34 × 100 =

Answer: 340

Question 7.

7 × 10 =

Answer: 70

Question 8.

27 × 10 =

Answer: 270

Question 9.

27 × 100 =

Answer: 2700

Question 10.

3 × 10 =

Answer: 30

Question 11.

3 × 2 =

Answer: 6

Question 12.

3 × 20 =

Answer: 60

Question 13.

13 × 10 =

Answer: 130

Question 14.

13 × 2 =

Answer: 26

Question 15.

13 × 20 =

Answer: 260

Question 16.

13 × 100 =

Answer: 1300

Question 17.

13 × 200 =

Answer: 2600

Question 18.

2 × 4 =

Answer: 8

Question 19.

22 × 4 =

Answer: 88

Question 20.

22 × 40 =

Answer: 880

Question 21.

22 × 400 =

Answer: 8800

Question 22.

33 × 2 =

Answer: 66

Question 23.

33 × 20 =

Answer: 660

Question 24.

33 × 200 =

Answer: 6600

Question 25.

24 × 10 =

Answer: 240

Question 26.

24 × 20 =

Answer: 480

Question 27.

24 × 100 =

Answer: 2400

Question 28.

24 × 200 =

Answer: 4800

Question 29.

23 × 30 =

Answer: 690

Question 30.

23 × 300 =

Answer: 6900

Question 31.

71 × 2 =

Answer: 142

Question 32.

71 × 20 =

Answer: 1420

Question 33.

14 × 2=

Answer: 28

Question 34.

14 × 3 =

Answer: 42

Question 35.

14 × 30 =

Answer: 420

Question 36.

14 × 300 =

Answer: 4200

Question 37.

82 × 20 =

Answer: 1640

Question 38.

15 × 300 =

Answer: 4500

Question 39.

71 × 600 =

Answer: 42,600

Question 40.

18 × 40 =

Answer: 720

Question 41.

75 × 30 =

Answer: 2250

Question 42.

84 × 300 =

Answer: 25200

Question 43.

87 × 60 =

Answer: 5,220

Question 44.

79 × 800 =

Answer: 63,200

B

Multiply by Multiples of 10 and 100

Question 1.

3 × 10 =

Answer: 30

Question 2.

13 × 10 =

Answer: 130

Question 3.

13 × 100 =

Answer: 1300

Question 4.

5 × 10 =

Answer: 50

Question 5.

35 × 10 =

Answer: 350

Question 6.

35 × 100 =

Answer: 3500

Question 7.

8 × 10 =

Answer: 80

Question 8.

28 × 10 =

Answer: 280

Question 9.

28 × 100 =

Answer: 2800

Question 10.

4 × 10 =

Answer: 40

Question 11.

4 × 2 =

Answer: 8

Question 12.

4 × 20 =

Answer: 80

Question 13.

14 × 10 =

Answer: 140

Question 14.

14 × 2 =

Answer: 28

Question 15.

14 × 20 =

Answer: 280

Question 16.

14 × 100 =

Answer: 1400

Question 17.

14 × 200 =

Answer: 2800

Question 18.

2 × 3 =

Answer: 6

Question 19.

22 × 3 =

Answer: 66

Question 20.

22 × 30 =

Answer: 660

Question 21.

22 × 300 =

Answer: 6600

Question 22.

44 × 2 =

Answer: 88

Question 23.

44 × 20 =

Answer: 880

Question 24.

44 × 200 =

Answer: 8800

Question 25.

42 × 10 =

Answer: 420

Question 26.

42 × 20 =

Answer: 840

Question 27.

42 × 100 =

Answer: 4200

Question 28.

42 × 200 =

Answer: 8400

Question 29.

32 × 30 =

Answer: 960

Question 30.

32 × 300 =

Answer: 9600

Question 31.

81 × 2 =

Answer: 162

Question 32.

81 × 20 =

Answer: 1620

Question 33.

13 × 2=

Answer: 26

Question 34.

13 × 3 = 39

Answer:

Question 35.

13 × 30 = 390

Answer:

Question 36.

13 × 300 =

Answer: 3900

Question 37.

72 × 20 =

Answer: 1440

Question 38.

15 × 300 =

Answer: 4500

Question 39.

81 × 600 =

Answer: 48,600

Question 40.

16 × 40 =

Answer: 640

Question 41.

65 × 30 =

Answer: 1950

Question 42.

48 × 300 =

Answer: 14,400

Question 43.

89 × 60 =

Answer: 5340

Question 44.

76 × 800 =

Answer: 60,800

### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 19 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.

Draw the figures in each box with the attributes listed. If your figure has more than one name, write it in the box.

a. Rhombus with 2 right angles

b. Kite with all sides equal

c. Kite with 4 right angles

d. Kite with 2 pairs of adjacent sides equal (The pairs are not equal to each other.)

Answer:

Question 2.

Use the figures you drew to complete the tasks below.

a. Measure the angles of the figures with your protractor, and record the measurements on the figures.

b. Use a marker or crayon to circle pairs of angles that are equal in measure, inside each figure. Use a different color for each pair.

Answer:

Question 3.

a. List the properties shared by all of the squares that you worked with today.

b. List the properties shared by all of the kites that you worked with today.

c. When can a rhombus also be called a square?

d. When can a kite also be called a square?

e. When can a trapezoid also be called a kite?

Answer:

a.

Square has 4 straight sides which are equal in length

4 angles are equal and opposite sides are parallel

Diagnols are perpendicular to each other.

b.

Kites have 4 sides

It has 2 pairs of equal angles and equal sides are adjacent

They have 2 congruent angleswhich are acoss from the unequal sides

c.

A rhombus can be square,

When its 4 of its angles measures 90 degrees

D.

A kite can be a square when all the four sides are equal and four angles measures 90 degrees

E.

A trapezoid is also called a kite when it has 2 pairs of equal adjacent sides.

### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 19 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.

List the property that must be present to call a rectangle a square.

Answer:

The property that must be present to call a rectangle a square is thar the four sides must be equal

Question 2.

Excluding rhombuses and squares, explain the difference between parallelograms and kites.

Answer:

Parallelograms have equal and opposite sides

Kites have equal adjacent sids

### Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 5 Lesson 19 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

a. Draw a kite that is not a parallelogram on the grid paper.

b. List all the properties of a kite.

c. When can a parallelogram also be a kite?

Answer:

a.

b.

The properties ofa kite are :

1.Kite has 2 adjacent and 2 lines which are equal in length

c.

A parallelogram can be a kiten when it is a square or a rhombus

Question 2.

If rectangles must have right angles, explain how a rhombus could also be called a rectangle.

Answer:

A rhombus is a rectangle when it is a square

A square has all sides equal

Question 3.

Draw a rhombus that is also a rectangle on the grid paper.

Answer:

Question 4.

Kirkland says that figure EFGH below is a quadrilateral because it has four points in the same plane and four segments with no three endpoints collinear. Explain his error.

Answer:

This figure has two lines which intersect with each other

A quadrilateral is a plane and closed figure.

It has four angles and two diagnol lines