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NYS Math Module 1 Grade 4 Lesson 6

Lesson 6 Concept Development

Problem 1: Find 1 thousand more and 1 thousand less.

Problem 1: Find 1 thousand more and 1 thousand less.

3,112 →

3,112 →

Problem 2: Find 10 thousand more and 10 thousand less.

19,112 →

19,112 →

Problem 3: Find 100 thousand more and 100 thousand less.

200,352 →

200,352 →

Lesson 6 Problem Set

1. Label the place value chart. Use number disks to find the sum or difference. Write the answer in standard form on the line.a. 10,000 more than six hundred five thousand, four hundred, seventy-two is __________.

b. 100 thousand less than 400,000 + 80,000 + 1000 + 30 + 6 is ____________.

3. Complete the following equations:

a. 10,000 + 40,060 = ____________ b. 21,195 – 10,000 = ____________

c. 999,000 + 1,000 = ______________ d. 129,231 – 100,000 = ____________

e. 122,000 = 22,000 + ____________ f. 38,018 = 39,018 – ______________

4. Fill in the empty boxes to complete the patterns.

a. Explain in pictures, numbers, and words how you found your answer.

Lesson 6 Homework

1. Label the place value chart. Use number disks to find the sum or difference. Write the answer in standard form on the line.

a. 100,000 less than five hundred sixty thousand, three hundred thirteen is ____________.

b. Ten thousand more than 300,000 + 90,000 + 5000 + 40 is ____________________.

c. 448,077 is _______________________________________ than 347,077.

4. In 2012, Charlie earned an annual salary of $54,098. At the beginning of 2013, Charlie’s annual salary was raised by $10,000. How much money will Charlie earn in 2013? Use pictures, words, or numbers to explain your thinking.

2. Complete the following equations.

d. 442,210 + 10,000 = ____________

3. Fill in the empty boxes to complete the patterns.

4. In 2012, Charlie earned an annual salary of $54,098. At the beginning of 2013, Charlie’s annual salary was raised by $10,000. How much money will Charlie earn in 2013? Use pictures, words, or numbers to explain your thinking.

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