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Cash Kat
1.
I have one quarter, two nickels, and a penny. How much money do I have?
$0.31
$0.36
$0.04
2.
I have two quarters, one dime, and three pennies. How much money do I have?
$0.63
$0.38
$0.58
3.
My best friend, Katie, has a fivedollar bill and two quarters. I have a onedollar bill and a dime. How much do we have all together?
$2.60
$6.30
$6.60
4.
My friend Tasha bought three ice cream cones. Each ice cream cone cost $1.97. How much did Tasha spend?
$5.91
$3.71
$5.71
5.
Enrique took $10 to the park. He spent $3.74 on cotton candy. How much money does he have left?
$7.36
$6.26
$7.74
6.
Tamara has $19.47 in her wallet. Which digit is in the ones place?
1
9
4
7.
Richard has $5.62 in his piggy bank. What is the value of the digit in the tenths place?
six
six tenths
six hundredths
8.
Terry needs $0.62 to buy his ice cream. Which of the following shows the smallest combination of coins that Terry needs?
Two quarters, one time, and two pennies
Six dimes and two pennies
Two quarters, two nickels, and two pennies
9.
Tyhedra needs $1.78 to buy a corn dog. Which of the following shows the smallest combination of bills and coins that Tyhedra needs?
seven quarters and three pennies
one dollar bill, seven dimes, and eight pennies
one dollar bill, three quarters, and three pennies
10.
Sarah went to the store and bought a tshirt for $11.95 and a pair of earrings for $4.49. If she gave the clerk a twentydollar bill, how much change will she get?
$16.44
$3.56
$4.56
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