Combine and identify the value of a collection of coins and bills through $5.00
Objectives
Student will be able to:
identify the value of a collection of coins and bills.
write the value of coins and bills using a dollar sign and decimal point.
Exercises
Refer to the prices to complete the exercises. Show all work.
1.
What group of coins could be used to buy the whistle?
Answers will vary. Some acceptable answers include:
2 quarters and 3 dimes
8 dimes
1 quarter, 5 dimes, 1 nickel
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2.
How many pennies are needed to pay for the tennis racket using only pennies?
Using only pennies, 442 pennies are needed to buy the tennis racket.
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3.
What bills and coins could be used to buy the baseball cap?
Answers will vary. Some acceptable answers include:
3 one-dollar bills, 1 quarter, 4 pennies
3 one-dollar bills, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, 4 pennies
3 one-dollar bills, 5 nickels, 4 pennies
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4.
Beth has 1 one-dollar bill, 1 quarter, and 5 dimes. Can she buy the dartboard? Explain.
Beth does not have enough money to buy the dartboard.
The cost of the dartboard is $2.75. Beth only has $1.75
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5.
Tom has 4 one-dollar bills, 1 quarter, and 1 nickel. Rex has 3 one-dollar bills and 6 quarters. Who has enough money to buy the tennis racket?
Rex has enough money to buy the tennis racket.
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6.
Steve has 3 one-dollar bills and 2 quarters. Does he have enough money to buy a baseball cap? Explain.
Yes, Steve has enough money to buy the baseball cap.
The cost of the cap is $3.29. Steve has $3.50.
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