# Eureka Math Lesson 7 Homework 5.1 Answer Key

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For those who are currently using Eureka Math are looking for the answer key of the Lesson 7 Homework 5.1, here is for you. Please match the correct answers here to your answers and count how much you get right.

Homework:

1. 4 ones + tenths; 43 tenths; 430 hundredths

a. 430 hundredths = 4.3

b. 43 tenths = 4.3

c. 4 ones = 4

2. 22 tens + 5 ones + 2 tenths + 8 hundredths + 6 thousandths; 225 ones + 2 tenths + 8 hundredths + 6 ones; 2,252 tenths + 8 hundredths +       6 thousandths

a. 22,529 hundredths = 225.29

b. 225 ones = 225

c. 23 tens = 230

3. 8 ones + 9 tenths + 8 hundredths + 4 thousandths; 89 tenths + 8 hundredths + 4 thousandths; 898 hundredths + 4 thousandths

a. 898 hundredths = 8.98

b. 90 tenths = 9.0

c. 9 ones = 9

d. 1 ten = 10

4.

a. 18.39 m

b. 1,838.6 cm

5. Explanations will vary

If you have done all the questions from Eureka Math Lesson 7 but have not checked the answer yet, here are the right answers of all questions included in this lesson. Do not forget to mark which one is right and which one is not and count the how many answers you get right so that you can improve your math in the next lesson.

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Side A:

1. 5
2. 0.5
3. 0.005
4. 15
5. 1.5
6. 2.5
7. 3.5
8. 7.5
9. 1.5
10. 0.15
11. 0.25
12. 0.35
13. 0.75
14. 0.15
15. 0.015
16. 0.025
17. 0.035
18. 0.075
19. 6.5
20. 16.5
21. 38.5
22. 0.45
23. 8.55
24. 2.85
25. 0.035
26. 0.135
27. 0.375
28. 85
29. 95
30. 8.5
31. 9.5
32. 0.85
33. 0.95
34. 0.085
35. 0.095
36. 26.5
37. 7.85
38. 1.265
39. 29.5
40. 9.95
41. 7.95
42. 1.595
43. 1.795
44. 3.995

Side B:

1. 15
2. 1.5
3. 0.15
4. 0.015
5. 5
6. 0.5
7. 1.5
8. 2.5
9. 6.5
10. 1.5
11. 0.15
12. 0.25
13. 0.35
14. 0.65
15. 0.15
16. 0.015
17. 0.025
18. 0.035
19. 0.065
20. 7.5
21. 17.5
22. 47.5
23. 0.75
24. 4.75
25. 2.35
26. 0.025
27. 0.125
28. 0.475
29. 85
30. 95
31. 8.5
32. 9.5
33. 0.85
34. 0.95
35. 0.085
36. 0.095
37. 36.5
38. 6.85
39. 1.465
40. 39.5
41. 9.95
42. 6.95
43. 1.295
44. 6.995

Problem Set:

1. Ones + 1 tenth; 31 tenth; 310 hundredths

a. 310 hundredths = 3.1

b. 31 tenth = 3.1

c. 0 tens

2. 11 tens + ones + 3 tenths + 7 hundredths + 6 thousandths; 115 ones + 3 tenths + 7 hundredths + 6 thousandths; 1,153 tenths + 7 hundredths + 6 thousandths; 11,537 hundredths + 6 thousandths

a. 11,538 hundredths = 115.38

b. 115 ones = 115

c. 12 tens = 120

3. 9 tenths + 9 hundredths + 4 thousandths; 99 hundredths + 4 thousandths; 944 thousandths

a. 99 hundredths = 0.99

b. 10 tenths = 1.0

c. 1 one = 1

d. 0 tens = 0

4. 2.14 m

5. Explanations will vary

Exit Ticket:

a. 855 hundredths = 8.55

b. 1 ten = 10

So, how many questions do you get right? Count everything and evaluate what is lacking if there is any. As a saying, practice makes perfect, so please do practice a lot and do not get tired practicing the same thing all over again. While you may want to focus on the aspect that you are lacking, please do not forget about the one that you are currently good at as well. The one thing that you are good at might become your lacking point later if you do not practice and forget something.

The objective of the lesson 7 is round a given decimal to any place using place value understanding and the vertical number line.

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