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## Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 20 Answer Key

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Question 1. Use the objects to create an array.

Explanation: As given in the question I have drawn an array with an even and odd number of circles.

Explanation: In the given question we have to count how many circles are there and we need to identify them as even or odd. Hence as asked I have drawn the picture and circled them as even or odd.

Explanation: As asked in the question I have drawn an array that indicates an even and an odd number of circles.

Question 2. Solve. Tell if each number is odd (O) or even (E). The first one has been done for you.

a. 6 + 4 = 10 _____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 10 E + E = E

Explanation: An even number plus an even number makes an even number. Hence the number 10 is an even number.

b. 17 + 2 = ____ ____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 19 O + E = O

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Hence the number 19 is an odd number.

c. 11 + 13 = ____ ____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 24 O + O = E

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Hence the number 24 is an even number.

d. 14 + 8 = ____ ____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 22 E + E = E

e. 3 + 9 = ____ ____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 12 O + O = E

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Hence the number 12 is an even number.

f. 5 + 14 = ____ ____ + ____ = ____ Answer: 19 O + E = O

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an even number. Hence the number 19 is an odd number.

Question 3. Write two examples for each case. Write if your answers are even or odd. The first one has been started for you.

a. Add an even number to an even number. Answer: 32 + 8 = 40 even 14 + 22 = 36 even

Explanation: An even number plus an even number makes an even number. Also, I have given examples by adding them.

b. Add an odd number to an even number. Answer: 31 + 24 = 55 odd 17+12 = 29 odd

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Also, I have given examples by adding them.

c. Add an odd number to an odd number. Answer: 25 + 25 = 50 even 87 + 13 = 100 even

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Also, I have given examples by adding them.

## Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 20 Exit Ticket Answer Key

## Eureka Math Grade 2 Module 6 Lesson 20 Homework Answer Key

Question 1. Use the objects to create an array with 2 rows.

Question 2. Solve. Tell if each number is odd (O) or even (E) on the line below.

a. 6 + 6 = ___ _____ + ______ = ______ Answer: 12 E + E = E

Explanation: An even number plus an even number makes an even number. Hence the number 12 is an even number.

b. 8 + 13 = _______ _____ + ______ = ______ Answer: 21 E + O = O

Explanation: An even number plus an odd number makes an odd number. Hence the number 21 is an odd number.

c. 9 + 15 = _______ _____ + ______ = ______ Answer: 24 O + O = E

d. 17 + 8 = _______ _____ + ______ = _____ Answer: 25 O + E = O

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Hence the number 25 is an odd number.

e. 7 + 8 = _______ ______ + ______ = ______ Answer: 15 O + E = O

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Hence the number 15 is an odd number.

f. 9 + 11 = _______ ______ + ______ = ______ Answer: 20 O + O = E

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Hence the number 20 is an even number.

g. 7 + 14 = _______ ______ + ______ = ______ Answer: 21 O + E = O

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Hence the number 21 is an odd number.

h. 9 + 9 = _______ ______ + ______ = ______ Answer: 18 O + O = E

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Hence the number 18 is an even number.

Question 3. Write three number sentence examples to prove that each statement is correct.

Answer: Even + Even = Even Example: 50+50 =100 is even Even + Odd = Odd Example: 24 + 17 = 41 Odd + Odd = Even Example: 25 + 25 = 50

Explanation: An even number plus an even number makes an even number. Also, I have given example for that case. Hence it is proved.

Question 4. Write two examples for each case. Next to your answer, write if your answers are even or odd. The first one has been done for you.

a. Add an even number to an even number. Answer: 32 + 8 = 40 even 20 + 40 = 60 even

Explanation: An even number plus an even number makes an even number. Hence I have given examples for each case.

b. Add an odd number to an even number. Answer: O + E = Odd 50 + 12 = 67 odd 61 + 18 = 79 odd

Explanation: An odd number plus an even number makes an odd number. Hence I have given examples for each case.

c. Add an odd number to an odd number. Answer: O + O = E 3 + 5 = 8 even 15 + 17 = 22 even

Explanation: An odd number plus an odd number makes an even number. Hence I have given examples for each case.

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