## Engage NY Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 21 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 21 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Tyler bought a cone with 4 scoops. He ate 1 scoop. Cross out 1 scoop. How many scoops were left?

4 – 1 =

Explanation:
Tyler bought a cone ice cream with 4 scoops.
Number of scoops on the cone ice cream = 4
Number of scoops ate by Tyler = 1
Number of scoops left = 4 – 1 = 3.
The scoops ate by Tyler has been crossed.
It is represented in number sentence.

Question 2.
Eva ate ice cream, too. She ate 2 scoops. How many scoops were left?

4 – 2 =

Explanation:
Eva bought a cone ice cream with 4 scoops.
Number of scoops on the cone ice cream = 4
Number of scoops ate by Eva = 2
Number of scoops left = 4 – 2  = 2.
The scoops ate by Eva has been crossed.
The above expression is represented in number sentence.
4 – 2 = 2.

Question 3.
There were 4 bottles. 3 of them broke. How many bottles were left?

4 – 3 =

Explanation:
Total number of bottles = 4
Number of bottles broken  = 3
Number of bottles left = 4 – 3 = 1.
It is represented in number sentence.

Question 4.
Anthony had 5 erasers in his pencil box. He dropped his pencil box, and 4 erasers fell on the floor. How many erasers are in Anthony’s pencil box now? Draw the erasers, and fill in the number sentence.
5 – 4 =

Explanation:
Number of erasers Anthony had in his pencil box = 5
Number of erasers dropped when the pencil box fell = 4.
Number of erasers in the pencil box after falling = 5 – 4 = 1.
It is represented in the above image and in number sentence.

Question 5.
Tanisha had 5 grapes. She gave 3 grapes to a friend. How many grapes does Tanisha have now? Draw the grapes, and fill in the number sentence.

Explanation:
Total number of grapes with Tanisha = 5
Number of grapes she gave to her friend = 3
Number of grapes left with Tanisha = 5 – 3 = 2
The above expression is represented in number sentence in the above image and the grapes are crossed.

### Eureka Math Kindergarten Module 4 Lesson 21 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
There were 5 apples. Bill ate 1. Cross out the apple he ate. How many apples were left? Fill in the boxes.

5 take away 1 is

5 – 1 =

Explanation:
Total number of Apples = 5
Number of apples ate by Bill = 1
Number of Apples left = 5 – 1 = 4.
The apple ate by Bill is crossed.
The above expression is represented in number sentence in the above image.

Question 2.
There were 5 oranges. Pat took 2. Draw the oranges. Cross out the 2 she took. How many oranges were left? Fill in the boxes.
5 take away 2 is