# Texas Go Math Grade 2 Lesson 3.5 Answer Key Use Place Value to Name Numbers

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## Texas Go Math Grade 2 Lesson 3.5 Answer Key Use Place Value to Name Numbers

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Write the numbers. Draw quick pictures to show the problem.

______________ counts more pennies.
______________ counts more dimes.

FOR THE TEACHER • Read the following problem. Evan and Gina count coins the class collected. Evan counts 758 pennies and 1,197 dimes. Gina counts 1,003 pennies and 1,194 dimes, Who counts more pennies? Who counts more dimes?

Math Talk
Mathematical Processes

Which of the four numbers is greatest? Explain.

Model and Draw

Here are some ways to make a number greater than 765.

What are some ways to make a number less than 1,138?

Share and Show

Write a 3-digit number or 4-digit number to make the comparison true.

Question 1.
__________ > 149
150 > 149
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 149, we get 150.
So, 150 is greater than 149.

Question 2.
__________ < 1,190
1,189 <1,190
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,190, we get 1,149.
So, 1,189 is less than 1,190.

Question 3.
__________ > 382
383 > 382
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 382, we get 383.
So, 383 is greater than 382.

Question 4.
________ < 1,064
1,063 < 1,064
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,064, we get 1,063.
So, 1,063 is less than 1,064.

Question 5.
__________ < 1,111
1,110 <1,111
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,111, we get 1,110.
So, 1,110 is less than 1,111.

Question 6.
_________ > 575
576 > 575
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 575, we get 576.
So, 576 is greater than 575.

Problem Solving

Write a 3-digit number or 4-digit number to make the comparison true.

Question 7.
__________ < 1,183
1,182 <1,183
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,183 or predecessor, we get 1,182.
So, 1,182 is less than 1,183.

Question 8.
__________ > 809
810 > 809
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number or successor of 809, we get 810.
So, 810 is greater than 809.

Question 9.
1,065 > __________
1,065 > 1,064
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,065 or predecessor, we get 1,064.
So, 1,065 is greater than 1,064.

Question 10.
721 < __________
721 <722
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 721 or successor, we get 722.
So, 721 is less than 722.

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 11.
Kyla uses the digits 4, 0, 1, and 9 to make a number less than 1,158. What is a number Kyla could make?

1,094 < 1,158
Explanation:
Kyla uses the digits 4, 0, 1, and 9 to make a number less than 1,158.
1,094 is the four digit number  from the given numbers.

Question 12.
There are 1,156 fiction books and 34 nonfiction books at the store. Are there more fiction books or more nonfiction books at the store?
more ___________ books
Fiction books
Explanation:
There are 1,156 fiction books and 34 nonfiction books at the store.
Compare the place values of 1,156 and 34
1,156 > 34

Question 13.
H.O.T. Multi-Step My book has fewer than 1,200 pages. It has more pages than Marco’s book. Marco’s book has more than 950 pages. How many pages could our books have?

1000 pages

Explanation:
My book has fewer than 1,200 pages.
It has more pages than Marco’s book.
Marco’s book has more than 950 pages.
950 < 1000 <1,200

Question 14.
Analyze Zack has more than 900 seashells but fewer than 1,100 seashells. Which of the following could be the number of seashells he has?
(A) 1,006
(B) 899
(C) 600
Option (A)
Explanation:
Zack has more than 900 seashells but fewer than 1,100 seashells
From the above options 1,006 is between 900 and 1,100.
900 > 1,006 < 1,100

Question 15.
Mrs. Tyler has more than 1,005 beads. How many beads could she have?
(A) 586
(B) 1,010
(C) 1,003
Option (B)
Explanation:
From the above given options 1,010 beads are more than 1,005
1,010 > 1,005

Question 16.
Reasoning Mrs. Simon has a greater number of red beads than green beads. She has 342 green beads. How many red beads could she have?
Explanation:
Mrs. Simon has a greater number of red beads than green beads.
number red beads could she have might be the successor of given number 342
345 > 342

Question 17.
TEXAS Test Prep Which of the following numbers will make the comparison true?
__________ > 1,128
(A) 1,119
(B) 921
(C) 1,182
Option (C)
Explanation:
By comparing the 4 digit values of place values.
So,from the above options 1,182 is greater than 1,128.
1,119 > 1128

### Texas Go Math Grade 2 Lesson 3.5 Homework and Practice Answer Key

Write a 3-digit number or 4-digit number to make the comparison true.

Question 1.
____________ < 1,138
1,137 < 1,138
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,138 or predecessor, we get 1,137.
So, 1,137 is less than 1,138.

Question 2.
___________ > 980
981 > 980
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 980 or successor, we get 981.
So, 981 is greater than 980.

Question 3.
1,072 > __________
1,072 >1,071
Explanation:
We compare 4 digit numbers by using place values.
By subtracting 1 from the ones place of the given number 1,071 or predecessor, we get 1,071.
So, 1,072 is greater than 1,071.

Question 4.
347 < ___________
347 < 348
Explanation:
We compare 3 digit numbers by using place values.
By adding 1 to the ones place of the given number 347 or successor, we get 348.
So, 347 is less than 348.

Problem Solving

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 5.
Deb uses the digits 3, 0, 1, and 8 to make a number less than 1,199. What is a number Deb could make?
Explanation:
1,083 is the closest number which is less than 1,199.
1,083 < 1,199

Question 6.
Multi Step Maura’s photo album has fewer than 1,100 photos. It has more photos than Caleb’s album. Caleb’s photo album has more than 700 photos. How many photos could the photo albums have?

Explanation:
Maura’s photo album has fewer than 1,100 photos.
It has more photos than Caleb’s album.
Caleb’s photo album has more than 700 photos.
900 is less than 1,000
Might be 1,000 photos in the photo album.

Lesson Check

Question 7.
Which number makes the comparison true?
___________ > 982
(A) 549
(B) 1,1 79
(C) 902
Option (B)
Explanation:
By comparing the place values in 3 digit and 4 digit numbers,
From the above options 1,179 is greater than 982.

Question 8.
Robert gathers more than 800 leaves. He gathers fewer than 1,000 leaves. Which number of leaves could Robert have gathered?
(A) 960 leaves
(B) 790 leaves
(C) 1,050 leaves
Option(A)
Explanation:
Robert gathers more than 800 leaves.
He gathers fewer than 1,000 leaves.
By comparing the place values of given options,
Robert could gather 960 leaves.

Question 9.
Jean makes frames for photos with marbles. She has more than 1,100 marbles. How many marbles could Jean have?
(A) 950 marbles
(B) 1,045 marbles
(C) 1,200 marbles
Option(C)
Explanation:
Jean makes frames for photos with marbles.
She has more than 1,100 marbles.
By comparing the place values of above options,
Jean has 1,200 marbles to make photo frames.

Question 10.
Jean has a greater number of colored marbles than clear marbles. She has 995 colored marbles How many clear marbles could she have?
(A) 999 clear marbles
(B) 834 clear marbles
(C) 1,025 clear marbles