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2 in > < > < Module number and operations in base Ten Lesson Read and Write Whole Numbers 4 4NBT, 4NBT2 Common Core State Standards Lesson 2 Compare and Order Whole Numbers 8 4NBT2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 0 Multiplication Facts 2 4OA, 4OA2, 4OA3 Multiply Greater Numbers 4NBT5, 4OA3 Multiplication Properties 20 4NBT5 The Distributive Property 24 4OA3, 4NBT5 Division Facts 28 4OA2, 4OA3 Divide Greater Numbers 32 4NBT, 4OA3 Division with Remainders 3 4NBT, 4OA3 Multiply and Divide with Multiples 40 4NBT5, 4NBT Glossary 44 Math Tools 47 3

3 in 3 < + > + in 3 read and Write Whole ft3 numbers cm > Key Words baseten numeral expanded form number name place value whole numbers The ten digits used in our baseten number system are 0,, 2, 3, 4, 5,, 7, 8, and 9 Place value is the value of the place of a digit in a numeral The value of each place is ten times the value of the place to its right The numbers, 2, 3, and so on without end are called whole numbers You can represent a whole number in different ways baseten numerals: 54,728 number name: fiftyfour thousand, seven hundred twentyeight expanded form: 50,000 4, Example What is the number name and expanded form of 37,40? Write the number in a placevalue chart Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands, Hundreds Tens Ones 3 7, 4 0 Read the value of the digits before the comma thirtyseven thousand Read the value of the digits after the comma four hundred six Write the number name thirtyseven thousand, four hundred six Find the value of each digit Then write the values as a sum 30,000 7, The number name for 37,40 is thirtyseven thousand, four hundred six In expanded form, 37,40 is 30,000 7, CONCLUDE How do you know where to write the comma when writing a baseten numeral? 4

4 in > < > < Guided Practice What is the value of the digit 4 in 549,02? Step Write the number in a placevalue chart Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands, Hundreds Tens Ones, Step 2 Find the position of the 4 in the number The digit 4 is in the Step 3 Use the digit and its position in the number to write the value of the digit The value of the 4 is place THINK Look at the column in the chart in which you wrote the 4 The value of the digit 4 in 549,02 is 2 What is eight hundred six thousand, fifteen in baseten numerals? Step Write the number in a placevalue chart Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands, Hundreds Tens Ones, Step 2 Write the number using digits Eight hundred six thousand, fifteen in baseten numerals is THINK REmEmBER Write a 0 if there is no digit in a place Each group of three digits is separated by a comma 5

5 in 3 3 < + > Lesson : Read and Write Whole Numbers independent Practice How is the baseten form of a number different from the expanded form of the number? > + What is the value of each underlined digit? 2, ,038 Ask Yourself What place is each digit in? Do I need to write zeros? 4 32, ,005 Write 300,000 50,000 2, using baseten numerals + < > 7 Write seventyone thousand, thirty using base tennumerals 8 Write 7,08 in expanded form 9 Write the number name for 00,050 0 Last year, 427,230 people visited the zoo Write 427,230 in expanded form

6 in 3 > + > < + Use place value to continue each pattern Number and Operations in Base Ten ,58 43,58 44, ,32 74,42 74, ,248 38, ,248 5 Write the number name for the number that is,000 more than 27,49 Solve each problem The diameter of Mercury is three thousand, thirtytwo miles Write the diameter of Mercury using baseten numerals 7 The diameter of Neptune is 30,03 miles Write the number name for the diameter of Neptune 8 The diameter of Jupiter is 88,732 miles Which 8 in 88,732 has the greater value? Explain 7

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8 in > < > < Module 2 number and operations Fractions Common Core State Standards Lesson Equivalent Fractions 4 4NF Lesson 2 Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions 8 4NF Lesson 3 Compare Fractions 2 4NF2 Lesson 4 Add Fractions 4NF3a, 4NF3b, 4NF3d Lesson 5 Subtract Fractions 20 4NF3a, 4NF3d Lesson Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers 24 4NF3b, 4NF3c Lesson 7 Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers 28 4NF4a, 4NF4b, 4NF4c Lesson 8 Decimals 32 4NF Lesson 9 Relate Decimals to Fractions 3 4NF5, 4NF Lesson 0 Compare Decimals 40 4NF7 Glossary 44 Math Tools 45 3

9 in 3 < + > + equivalent in 3 Fractions ft > Key Words denominator equivalent fractions fraction numerator A fraction is a number that names equal parts of a whole or equal parts of a group The numerator of a fraction is the top number It tells how many equal parts are represented by the fraction The denominator is the bottom number It tells the number of equal parts into which the whole or the group is divided Equivalent fractions name the same amount but have different numerators and denominators To find equivalent fractions, multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number When you multiply the numerator and denominator by the same number, you are multiplying the fraction by For example, and Example Write two fractions that are equivalent to 2 3 Multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number Use You can use fraction models to see that For 2, 2 out of 3 parts are shaded 3 That model has fewer parts and the parts are larger For 4, 4 out of parts are shaded That model has more parts and the parts are smaller The models are the same size and the same amount of each model is shaded This shows that the fractions 2 3 and 4 are equivalent 3 RELATE 3 How do the denominators of two equivalent fractions compare with each other? How do the numerators of two equivalent fractions compare with each other? Explain 3 4

10 in > < > < Guided Practice Is 7 0 equivalent to 5? Step Use fraction models to represent each fraction Be sure the models are aligned to the same whole Step 2 Look at the fraction models Do the fractions show the same amount? Is 7 0 equivalent to 5? THINK Is the amount shaded to represent 5 the same as the amount shaded to represent 7 0? 2 What fraction with a denominator of 8 is equivalent to 2? 2 5? 8 Step Find the number that 2 is multiplied by to get 8 Find the missing factor: Step 2 Use the factor to find the missing numerator REmEmBER To find equivalent fractions, you can multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number 5

11 < Lesson : Equivalent Fractions in 3 + > independent Practice > + Why can you multiply the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same number to write an equivalent fraction? 2 If two fractions are equivalent, what must be true about models for the fractions? Find a fraction that is equivalent to each fraction Ask Yourself How can I use fraction models to help me decide if the fractions are equivalent? Decide whether the fractions are equivalent Write yes or no and and < > and and and and and and A pizza is cut into 8 equal slices Dennis eats of the pizza, 4 and Enid eats 2 of the pizza Did they eat the same amount of 8 pizza? Explain

12 in 3 > + > < + Complete each equivalent fraction Number and Operations Fractions Solve each problem 30 Camille makes a juice blend using cup of orange juice 2 and 3 cup of pineapple juice Does she use the same 8 amount of orange juice and pineapple juice? Explain 3 Marshall says that 3 4 and 3 are equivalent fractions 8 Is he correct? How do you know? 32 Wanda and Casey each write a fraction Wanda s fraction has a denominator of 0 Casey s fraction also has a denominator of 0 What must be true about the numerators for the fractions to be equivalent fractions? 7

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14 in > < > < Module 3 operations and Algebraic Thinking Lesson Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson Lesson 7 Factors and Multiples 4 4OA4 Add Whole Numbers 8 4NBT4, 4OA3 Subtract Whole Numbers 2 4NBT4, 4OA3 Round Whole Numbers 4NBT3 Estimate Sums and Differences 20 4OA3 Estimate Products and Quotients 24 4OA3 Patterns 28 4OA5 Common Core State Standards Glossary 32 Math Tools 33 3

15 in 3 < + > + Factors in 3 and multiples ft3 > Key Words composite number factor multiple prime number When you multiply two whole numbers, the numbers you multiply are factors of the product For example, , so 4 and 8 are factors of 32 4 and 8 are a factor pair of 32 A factor of a number divides evenly into the number, which means there is no remainder The product of two whole numbers is a multiple of each of the numbers that were multiplied So 32 is a multiple of 4 and a multiple of 8 A prime number has exactly two factors: and itself A composite number has more than two factors The number is neither prime nor composite since it has exactly one factor, itself Example What are the factors of 3? What are the factor pairs of 3? Find all the multiplication sentences for 3 Try 2 Think: and 8 are a factor pair of 3 Try 3 Think: and 2 are a factor pair of 3 Try 4 Think: and 9 are a factor pair of 3 Try 5 Think: No number multiplied by 5 equals 3 5 is not a factor of 3 Try Think: is a factor of 3 and are a factor pair of 3 Try 7 and 8 Neither number can be multiplied to equal 3 4 Try 9 9 is a factor with 4 When the factor pairs start repeating, you have found all the factors of the number List the factors in order from least to greatest Remember, and the number itself are a factor pair of every number The factors of 3 are, 2, 3, 4,, 9, 2, 8, and 3 The factor pairs of 3 are and 3, 2 and 8, 3 and 2, 4 and 9, and ANALYZE Why is 3 a multiple of all its factors?

16 in > < > < Guided Practice Is 72 a multiple of 2? Step Make a list of multiples of 2 List the multiples of 2 until you reach or pass THINK Multiply 2 by, 2, 3, 4, and so on to find multiples of 2 Step 2 Look at the list of multiples Is 72 in the list of multiples of 2? Answer is or is not to complete the sentence 72 a multiple of 2 2 Is 49 a prime number or a composite number? Step Find all the factors of The factors of 49 are,, and Step 2 Decide if 49 is prime or composite Does 49 have more than 2 factors? Is 49 prime or composite? 49 is a number REmEmBER A composite number has more than 2 factors 5

17 < Lesson : Factors and Multiples in 3 + > independent Practice How do you find all the factors of a number? > + 2 Explain how to decide if a number is a multiple of another number Find the factors of each number 3 2 Ask Yourself Which whole numbers can you multiply to find the product? < > Find the first 5 multiples of each number Is 58 a multiple of 8? Explain

18 in 3 > + > < + List the factor pairs of each number Operations and Algebraic Thinking Write prime or composite for each number Solve each problem 27 Every even number is a multiple of 2 Why? 28 Camille swims every day in May that is a prime number How many days does Camille swim in May? What are the dates? 29 Nathan has 45 muffins to put into packages How can he use the factors of 45 to divide the muffins evenly? 7

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20 in > < > < Module 4 measurement, Data, and Geometry Lesson Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 0 Lesson Lesson 2 Common Core State Standards Money 4 4MD2 Time 8 4MD, 4MD2 Weight and Mass 2 4MD, 4MD2 Capacity 4MD, 4MD2 Length 20 4MD, 4MD2 Perimeter 24 4MD3 Area 28 4MD3 Angles 32 4MD5a, 4MD5b, 4MD, 4MD7 Line Plots 3 4MD4 Lines and Angles 40 4G TwoDimensional Shapes 44 4G, 4G2 Symmetry 48 4G3 Glossary 52 Math Tools 55 3

21 in 3 < + > + money > You can add, subtract, multiply, or divide to solve problems involving money When you compute with money, remember to write the dollar sign and the decimal point in the answer The decimal point separates the dollars from the cents Example Georgia bought tubes of paint for \$350 Each tube of paint cost the same amount How much did one tube of paint cost? Choose the operation Each of tubes of paint cost the same amount The total is \$350 Divide to find the cost of one tube of paint Divide: \$350 Write the decimal point above the decimal point in the dividend 350 Divide as with whole numbers \$350 \$525 One tube of paint cost \$525 COMPARE How is dividing with money amounts similar to dividing with whole numbers? How is it different? 4

22 in > < > < Guided Practice Quinn bought a skateboard for \$4595 and a helmet for \$3250, including tax He paid for the items with four \$20 bills How much change should Quinn receive? Step Find the total cost of the skateboard and the helmet Add: \$4595 \$3250 Write the addends vertically, and add as with whole numbers \$ \$ Step 2 Find how much money Quinn used to pay for the items Multiply: 4 \$2000 Write the factors vertically, and multiply as with whole numbers \$ \$8000 REMEMBER Line up the money amounts by the decimal point to add or subtract Then add or subtract from right to left THINK A \$20 bill is 20 dollars and 0 cents Write 20 dollars using a dollar sign and a decimal point \$20 \$2000 Step 3 Subtract the total cost from the amount Quinn used to pay for the items Subtract: \$8000 \$7845 Write the problem vertically, and subtract as with whole numbers \$ \$ Quinn should receive in change REMEMBER Regroup as needed 5

23 < Lesson : Money in 3 + > independent Practice Explain how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide with money amounts > + 2 Why is it necessary to include the decimal point in money amounts that represent dollars and cents? Add, subtract, multiply, or divide to find each answer Ask Yourself What operation do I need to use to solve the problem? 3 \$ \$ \$ \$572 7 \$747 \$299 + < > 8 \$534 9 Jasmine bought 8 pairs of socks Each pair cost \$345 How much did the socks cost in all? 0 Giorgio saved \$825 from his allowance last week This week, he saved \$95 from his allowance How much more did Giorgio save last week than this week?

24 in 3 > + > < + Measurement, Data, and Geometry Solve each problem For lunch, Andrea buys a sandwich for \$30, an orange for \$085, and a granola bar for \$39 How much does Andrea spend on her lunch in all? 2 Chad bought a bag containing 5 tennis balls for \$545 How much did each tennis ball cost? 3 Nora buys 3 pounds of grapes and 2 pounds of apples The grapes cost \$205 per pound, and the apples cost \$4 per pound How much do the grapes and apples cost in all? 4 Danny buys a pair of running shoes that are on sale for \$299 off the regular price He uses a coupon for \$500 off when he pays for the shoes The regular price of the shoes is \$747 How much does Danny pay for the running shoes? 5 The basketball team raised \$450 washing cars They will use the money to buy new jerseys for the 8 players on the team The jerseys cost \$924 each How much more money does the team need to raise to pay for the jerseys? Neil bought 4 pounds of potatoes He paid with a \$000 bill and received \$420 in change How much did Neil pay for pound of potatoes? 7

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