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## Texas Go Math Grade 2 Lesson 4.4 Answer Key Identify Parts of a Whole

**Explore**

Circle the shapes that show equal parts. Name the equal parts shown.

Answer

Explanation:

Each equal part of a whole is called one-half.

It is expressed as 1/2 and read as one over two or one upon two.

One eighth is one part of eight equal sections.

Two eighths is one quarter and four eighths is a half.

**HOME CONNECTION** • Your child completed this sorting activity with shapes to review the concept of equal parts.

Answer:

Yes, know the child get the concept of equal parts of a whole.

The whole is divided in to two halves, one paper can be folded 2 halves,

that two halves folded again for fourths, and again folded for eighths.

**Math Talk**

**Mathematical Processes**

Explain how the two circles are different.

Answer:

Explanation:

Each equal part of a whole is called one-half.

One eighth is one part of eight equal sections.

Two eighths is one quarter and four eighths is a half.

**Model and Draw**

Can you name the shaded amount as some equal parts?

**Share and Show**

**If there are equal parts, write the amount shaded. If the parts are not equal, write unequal parts.**

Question 1.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Whole

Explanation:

When we divide a whole into equal parts, each part is a fraction of the whole.

So, the shaded part represents the whole.

Question 2.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Three eighths

Explanation:

If you divide something into 8 equal parts, each is one-eighth of the whole.

in the above rectangle 3-eighths are shaded.

Question 3.

____________ shaded

Answer:

1 unequal part is shaded.

Explanation:

In the above picture it is divided into un equal parts.

1 shaded part is also unequal.

Question 4.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Two fourths shaded

Explanation:

If a whole is divided into four equal parts, each part is a FOURTH.

A fourth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 4.

In the above picture two fourths are shaded.

**Problem Solving**

**If there are equal parts, write the amount shaded. If the parts are not equal, write unequal parts.**

Question 5.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Two un equal parts are shaded.

Explanation:

The above Hexagon is divided into unequal parts.

Two parts are shaded.

Question 6.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Six eighths are shaded.

Explanation:

The above picture is divided into eight equal parts.

Six eighths are shaded among it.

Question 7.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** Follow the directions.

- Use yellow to shade 3 fourths of one shape.
- Use green to shade 7 eighths of one shape.
- Use blue to shade 2 halves of one shape.

Answer:

Explanation:

The above given pictures which have equal parts are represented with different colors,

Yellow color represents to shade 3 fourths of one shape.

Green color represents to shade 7 eighths of one shape.

Blue color represents to shade 2 halves of one shape.

Question 8.

**H.O.T.** Does this shape show fourths? Explain.

Answer: NO

Explanation:

As the given shape is not divided into equal parts.

**Daily Assessment Task**

**Choose the correct answer.**

Question 9.

Which shape is not divided into eighths?

Answer:

Explanation:

The above picture option (A) is not divided into eighths.

If a whole is divided into eight equal parts, each part is an Eighth.

An eighth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 8.

Question 10.

Which shape is not divided into halves?

Answer:

Explanation:

The above picture option (B) is not divided into halves.

If a whole is divided into two equal parts, each part is a half.

A half is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 2.

Question 11.

Which shape is not divided into fourths?

Answer:

Explanation:

The above picture option (A) is not divided into fourths.

If a whole is divided into four equal parts, each part is a fourth.

A fourth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 4.

Question 12.

**TEXAS Test Prep** Angelo drew this shape and shaded some of the parts. What amount is shaded?

(A) 1 eighth

(B) 1 fourth

(C) 8 eighths

Answer:

Option (C)

Explanation:

The above picture option (C) is divided into eighths.

If a whole is divided into eight equal parts, each part is an Eighth.

An eighth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 8.

There were 8 equal parts, all parts are shaded.

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Ask your child to show how he or she solved an exercise in the lesson.

Answer:

Child gets the concept of dividing the picture in to equal parts or not divided in to un equal parts.

### Texas Go Math Grade 2 Lesson 4.4 Homework and Practice Answer Key

**If there are equal parts, write the amount shaded. If the parts are not equal, write unequal parts.**

Question 1.

____________ shaded

Answer:

2 unequal parts are shaded.

Explanation:

The above picture is has unequal parts.

2 unequal parts are shaded.

Question 2.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Three fourths are shaded.

Explanation:

The above picture divided into fourths.

If a whole is divided into four equal parts, each part is a fourth.

A fourth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 4.

Question 3.

____________ shaded

Answer:

Five eighths are shaded.

Explanation:

The above picture is divided into eighths.

If a whole is divided into eight equal parts, each part is an Eighth.

An eighth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 8.

Question 4.

____________ shaded

Answer:

2 unequal parts are shaded.

Explanation:

The above picture is has unequal parts.

2 unequal parts are shaded

**Problem Solving**

**Follow directions.**

Question 5.

Multi-Step

- Use yellow to shade 5 eighths of one shape.
- Use green to shade 2 halves of one shape.
- Use blue to shade 3 fourths of one shape.

Answer:

Explanation:

The above given pictures which have equal parts are represented with different colors,

yellow to shade 5 eighths of one shape.

green to shade 2 halves of one shape.

blue to shade 3 fourths of one shape.

**Lesson Check**

**Choose the correct answer.**

Question 6.

Andy drew this shape and shaded some of the parts. What amount is shaded?

(A) 3 fourths

(B) 1 eighth

(C) 4 fourths

Answer:

Option (C)

Explanation:

The above picture divided into fourths.

If a whole is divided into four equal parts, each part is a fourth.

A fourth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 4.

The whole circle is shaded.

Question 7.

Alice baked a pie and cut it into equal slices. She gave 5 slices of the pie to her friends. Which pie is shaded to show how much she gave her friends?

Answer:

Explanation:

The above pie divided into eighths.

If a whole is divided into eight equal parts, each part is an eighth.

An eighth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 8.

Out of 8 parts of pie slices, She gave 5 slices of the pie to her friends.

It is represented with 5 shaded parts.

Question 8.

Mark drew these shapes. Which shape shows 1 fourth shaded?

Answer:

Explanation:

The above picture divided into fourths.

If a whole is divided into four equal parts, each part is a fourth.

A fourth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 4.

Out of 4 parts of circle 1 fourth is shaded.

Question 9.

Jackie drew .this shape. What amount is shaded?

(A) 3 eighths

(B) 5 eighths

(C) 2 eighths

Answer:

Option (A)

Explanation:

The above picture divided into eights.

If a whole is divided into eight equal parts, each part is an eighth.

An eighth is obtained by dividing a whole (1) by 8.

3 are shaded out of eight parts.