## Engage NY Eureka Math 3rd Grade Module 5 Lesson 25 Answer Key

A
Subtract by Six

Question 1.
16 – 6 =

Question 2.
6 – 6 =

Question 3.
26 – 6 =

Question 4.
7 – 6 =

Question 5.
17 – 6 =

Question 6.
37 – 6 =

Question 7.
8 – 6 =

Question 8.
18 – 6 =

Question 9.
48 – 6 =

Question 10.
9 – 6 =

Question 11.
19 – 6 =

Question 12.
59 – 6 =

Question 13.
10 – 6 =

Question 14.
20 – 6 =

Question 15.
70 – 6 =

Question 16.
11 – 6 =

Question 17.
21 – 6 =

Question 18.
81 – 6 =

Question 19.
12 – 6 =

Question 20.
22 – 6 =

Question 21.
82 – 6 =

Question 22.
13 – 6 =

Question 23.
23 – 6 =

Question 24.
33 – 6 =

Question 25.
63 – 6 =

Question 26.
83 – 6 =

Question 27.
14 – 6 =

Question 28.
24 – 6 =

Question 29.
34 – 6 =

Question 30.
74 – 6 =

Question 31.
54 – 6 =

Question 32.
15 – 6 =

Question 33.
25 – 6 =

Question 34.
35 – 6 =

Question 35.
85 – 6 =

Question 36.
65 – 6 =

Question 37.
90 – 6 =

Question 38.
53 – 6 =

Question 39.
42 – 6 =

Question 40.
71 – 6 =

Question 41.
74 – 6 =

Question 42.
95 – 6 =

Question 43.
51 – 6 =

Question 44.
92 – 6 =

B
Subtract by Six

Question 1.
6 – 6 =

Question 2.
16 – 6 =

Question 3.
26 – 6 =

Question 4.
7 – 6 =

Question 5.
17 – 6 =

Question 6.
67 – 6 =

Question 7.
8 – 6 =

Question 8.
18 – 6 =

Question 9.
78 – 6 =

Question 10.
9 – 6 =

Question 11.
19 – 6 =

Question 12.
89 – 6 =

Question 13.
10 – 6 =

Question 14.
20 – 6 =

Question 15.
90 – 6 =

Question 16.
11 – 6 =

Question 17.
21 – 6 =

Question 18.
41 – 6 =

Question 19.
12 – 6 =

Question 20.
22 – 6 =

Question 21.
42 – 6 =

Question 22.
13 – 6 =

Question 23.
23 – 6 =

Question 24.
33 – 6 =

Question 25.
53 – 6 =

Question 26.
73 – 6 =

Question 27.
14 – 6 =

Question 28.
24 – 6 =

Question 29.
34 – 6 =

Question 30.
64 – 6 =

Question 31.
44 – 6 =

Question 32.
15 – 6 =

Question 33.
25 – 6 =

Question 34.
35 – 6 =

Question 35.
75 – 6 =

Question 36.
55 – 6 =

Question 37.
70 – 6 =

Question 38.
63 – 6 =

Question 39.
52 – 6 =

Question 40.
81 – 6 =

Question 41.
64 – 6 =

Question 42.
85 – 6 =

Question 43.
91 – 6 =

Question 44.
52 – 6 =

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 5 Lesson 25 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
Label the following models as a fraction inside the dotted box. The first one has been done for you.

Explanation :
$$\frac{4}{1}$$ means it is 4 whole . ( you have 4 copies of 1 whole ).
$$\frac{4}{4}$$ means you have 1 whole . ( you have 4 copies of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ) .
$$\frac{4}{2}$$ means you have 2 whole .( you have 4 copies of $$\frac{1}{2}$$ ) .
and similar for others .

Question 2.
Fill in the missing whole numbers in the boxes below the number line. Rename the whole numbers as fractions in the boxes above the number line.

Question 3.
Explain the difference between these two fractions with words and pictures.

Explanation :
$$\frac{2}{1}$$ means it is 2 whole . ( you have 2 copies of 1 whole ).
$$\frac{2}{2}$$ means you have 1 whole . ( you have 2 copies of $$\frac{1}{2}$$ ) .

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 5 Lesson 25 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Question 1.
Label the model as a fraction inside the box.

Question 2.
Partition the wholes into thirds. Rename the fraction for 3 wholes. Use the number line and words to explain your answer.

Explanation :
Number line partitioned into thirds; fraction for 3 wholes renamed as $$\frac{9}{3}$$

### Eureka Math Grade 3 Module 5 Lesson 25 Homework Answer Key

Question 1.
Label the following models as fractions inside the boxes.

Explanation :
$$\frac{4}{1}$$ means it is 4 whole . ( you have 4 copies of 1 whole ).
$$\frac{4}{4}$$ means you have 1 whole . ( you have 4 copies of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ) .
$$\frac{4}{2}$$ means you have 2 whole .( you have 4 copies of $$\frac{1}{2}$$ ) .

$$\frac{8}{1}$$ means it is 8 whole . ( you have 8 copies of 1 whole ).
$$\frac{8}{8}$$ means you have 1 whole . ( you have 8 copies of $$\frac{1}{8}$$ ) .
$$\frac{8}{2}$$ means you have 2 whole .( you have 8 copies of $$\frac{1}{4}$$ ) .

Fill in the missing whole numbers in the boxes below the number line. Rename the wholes as fractions in the boxes above the number line.

$$\frac{5}{1}$$ means it is 5 whole . ( you have 5 copies of 1 whole ).
$$\frac{5}{5}$$ means you have 1 whole . ( you have 5 copies of $$\frac{1}{5}$$ ) .