# Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 9 Practice 2 Answer Key Getting to Know Volume

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## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 9 Practice 2 Answer Key Getting to Know Volume

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Water is scooped out of a pail and poured into these containers. Each is one scoop.

Question 1.
Container ___ has the greatest amount of water.
Explanation:
Observe the picture carefully, there are 10 scoops in container S.
Now count all the scoops of containers. Compare to container S then you will get the answer.
container S has 10 scoops.
container T has 8 scoops.
container U has 9 scoops.
container V has 9 scoops.
Now compare each other, 10 is greater than 8 and 9.
So, container S is greater.

Question 2.
Container __ has the least amount of water.
Explanation:
Observe the picture carefully, there are 8 scoops in container T.
Now count all the scoops of containers. Compare to a container T then you will get the answer.
container S has 10 scoops.
container T has 8 scoops.
container U has 9 scoops.
container V has 9 scoops.
Now compare each other, 8 is lesser than 10 and 9.
So, container T is lesser.

Question 3.
Containers ___ and ___ have the same amount of water.
Answer: container U and container V
Explanation:
Observe the picture carefully, there are 8 scoops in container T.
Now count all the scoops of containers. Compare to a container T then you will get the answer.
container S has 10 scoops.
container T has 8 scoops.
container U has 9 scoops.
container V has 9 scoops.
Now compare each other, container U and container V have the same scoops.

Question 4.
Container ___ has more water than Container U.
Explanation:
Container S has 10 scoops.
Container U has 9 scoops.
Now compare both the scoops. 10 > 9.
So container S has more water than container U.

Question 5.
Container V has more water than Container ____.
Explanation:
Now count the number of scoops present in container V and container T.
container V has 9 scoops.
container T has 8 scoops.
Therefore, 9 > 8.
So, container V has more than container T.

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All the water in each container is used to fill the glasses.

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Luisa fills glasses of the same size with all the water from the pitcher, flask, and mug.

Question 9.
The ____ has the most water.
Explanation:
The flask is having 9 glasses of milk.
The mug is having 2 glasses of milk.
The pitcher is having 5 glasses of milk.
Now compare all the glasses and write which one is highest.
The highest number of glasses are 9 that is a flask.

Question 10.
The ____ has the least water.
Explanation:
The flask is having 9 glasses of milk.
The mug is having 2 glasses of milk.
The pitcher is having 5 glasses of milk.
Now compare all the glasses and write which one is least.
The least number of glasses are 2 that is a mug.

Question 11.
There are ___ more glasses of water in the flask than in the pitcher.
Explanation:
The flask is having 9 glasses of milk.
The pitcher is having 5 glasses of milk.
The number of more glasses of water in the flask than in the pitcher=X
To get the answer, we need to subtract the number of glasses in the flask and the number of glasses in the pitch.
X=9-5
X=4
Therefore, 4 more glasses of water in the flask than pitch.

Question 12.
There are ___ fewer glasses of water in the mug than in the flask.
Explanation:
The number of glasses in the mug=2
The number of glasses in the flask=9
The number of fewer glasses of water in the mug than pitch=X
Subtract the number of glasses in the mug and the number of glasses in the flask.
X=9-2
X=7
Therefore, 7 glasses fewer in the mug than in the flask.

Question 13.
Order the pitcher, flask, and mug. Begin with the container that has the most water.

The flask is having 9 glasses of milk.
The mug is having 2 glasses of milk.
The pitcher is having 5 glasses of milk.
It was like a descending order. We have to write from highest to least.

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Brad fills glasses of the same size with all the water from Kettle A, Kettle B, Kettle C, and Kettle D.

Question 14.
Kettle ___ had the most water.
Explanation:
Observe the picture carefully, count all the glasses of kettle A, B, C, D.
Kettle A has 12 glasses.
Kettle B has 7 glasses.
Kettle C has 6 glasses.
Kettle D has 10 glasses.
Now compare all the glasses and write the highest number of glasses present to a kettle.
Therefore, Kettle A is having more glasses of water than others.

Question 15.
Kettle ____ had the least water.
Explanation:
Observe the picture carefully, count all the glasses of kettle A, B, C, D.
Kettle A has 12 glasses.
Kettle B has 7 glasses.
Kettle C has 6 glasses.
Kettle D has 10 glasses.
Now compare all the glasses and write the least number of glasses present to a kettle.
Therefore, Kettle B is having fewer glasses of water than others.

Question 16.
Kettle A had ___ more glasses of water than Kettle B
Explanation:
Kettle A is having 12 glasses.
Kettle B is having 7 glasses.
To know the number of more glasses than kettle B, we need to subtract the number of glasses of kettle A and the number of glasses in kettle B then we get the answer.
The number of glasses more than kettle B=X
X=12-7
X=5
Therefore, kettle A had 5 more glasses of water than kettle B.

Question 17.
Kettle C had 4 fewer glasses of water than Kettle ____