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Computations with money

(dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, penny)

Standard: 1.B.5 Count and perform simple computations with money.

Concept Skill: Money ____________

Dollar

Quarter Dime Nickel Penny

Dollar: $1.00 Quarter: 25 cents Dime: 10 cents Nickel: 5 cents Penny: 1 cent

Teacher Sample Questions

Example: 1 The coke machine sells cokes for 90cents each. The machine only accepts quarters, dimes, and nickels. You are to use exact change. What combination of coins could you use to buy a coke?

Step 1: Start with the largest coin. Quarters (Use skip counting to count how many quarters are in 90 cents). 25, 50 75 You can only use 3 quarters because using 4 will cause you to go over 90 cents. Step 2: Count with the next largest coin. Dimes (You already have 75 cents. Add dimes one at a time, without going over 90 cents. 75 cents + 10 cents=85 cents Step 3: Add the next largest coin. Nickel (85 cents + 5 cents = 90 cents) Step 4: List the coins you used. (3 quarters, 1 dime, and 1 nickel)

Example: 2 Tickets for the bird sanctuary cost $4.75 for adults and $2.35 for children. Mrs. Gallo buys tickets for herself and her 2 children. How much does she spend?

Step 1: What is the question asking? (It is asking for the total spent for 1 adult ticket and 2 children). Step 2: Add the price for the tickets.

$ 4.75 2.35 + 2.35

Step 3: What is the total? (The total price for 1 adult ticket and 2 children is $9.45).

Student Practice Materials What is the value of the coins below?

A. $1. 08 B. $1.18 C . $1. 03 D. $1. 13

A. $2.60 B. $2. 54 C. $2. 52 D. $2 42

What is the value of the coins below?

*A. $1. 08 B. $1.18 C . $1. 03 D. $1. 13

A. $2.60 B. $2. 54 *C. $2. 52 D. $2 42

Andy paid for a game using the money shown below.

A. $26.04 B. $25. 34 C. $26.84 D. $26.19 If Andys game cost $28.50, how much more money does he need to buy the game?

Andy paid for a game using the money shown below.

*A. $26.04 B. $25. 34 C. $26.84 D. $26.19 If Andys game cost $28.50, how much more money does he need to buy the game?

Andy has $26.04. $28.50

-$26.04 $ 2.46

Kayla spent $85.00 at the department store. Her dress cost $24, and her shoes cost $28. The rest of the money was spent on her mothers Christmas present. How much money was spent on her mothers present? Mark your answer and show your work in the box below. A. $49 B. $33 C. $39 D. $43

Beth has four quarters, three dimes, two nickels, and five pennies. How much money does she have? A. $1.45 B. $1.35 C. $1.54 D. $1.38

KEY Kayla spent $85.00 at the department store. Her dress cost $24, and her shoes cost $28. The rest of the money was spent on her mothers Christmas present. How much money was spent on her mothers present? Mark your answer and show your work in the box below. A. $49 *B. $33 C. $39 D. $43

Add the amount of the dress and shoes together then subtract that amount from the total amount of money Kayla had. $24 $85 +$28 -$52 $52 $33

Beth has four quarters, three dimes, two nickels, and five pennies. How much money does she have? *A. $1.45 B. $1.35 C. $1.54 D. $1.38

Melinda has 7 coins in her pocket. The total value of the coins is $0.48. What are the 7 coins? A. 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 3 pennies B. 1 quarter, 2 dimes and 3 pennies C. 4 dimes, 1 nickel and 3 pennies D. 1 quarter, 1 dime, 2 nickels and 3 pennies Randall bought a sandwich for $1.55 and a drink for $0.75. Which of these shows one way to find how much change Randall received from $5.00? A. Add $0.75, $1.55, and $5.00 B. Add $1.55 and $0.75 and them subtract the total from $5.00 C. Add $1.55 and $5.00 and them subtract $0.75 from the total D. Add $0.75 and $5.00 and then subtract $1.55 Write the amount shown by each set of coins. Then, compare the sets of coins using the symbols: , or =.

Amount:_______ Amount:_______

KEY Melinda has 7 coins in her pocket. The total value of the coins is $0.48. What are the 7 coins? A. 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 3 pennies B. 1 quarter, 2 dimes and 3 pennies C. 4 dimes, 1 nickel and 3 pennies *D. 1 quarter, 1 dime, 2 nickels and 3 pennies Randall bought a sandwich for $1.55 and a drink for $0.75. Which of these shows one way to find how much change Randall received from $5.00? A. Add $0.75, $1.55, and $5.00 *B. Add $1.55 and $0.75 and them subtract the total from $5.00 C. Add $1.55 and $5.00 and them subtract $0.75 from the total D. Add $0.75 and $5.00 and then subtract $1.55 Write the amount shown by each set of coins. Then, compare the sets of coins using the symbols: , or =.

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Amount:_$0.61_ Amount:_$0.60____

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