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Counting money word problem up to 1 dollar
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Counting money up to 1 dollar
Counting money word problem up to 1 dollar
Addition money word problem up to 50 cents
Subtraction money word problem up to 50 cents
A magician pulled
2
nickels and
8
pennies out of a hat. How much money did the magician magically produce?
$0.18
$0.17
$0.16
$0.13
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Hint
Can you answer 10 correctly?
2 quarters and 8 quarters is
?
$0.05s
$0.01s
Each type of coin represents a different value
Quarters = 25¢
Dimes = 10¢
Nickels = 5¢
Pennies = 1¢
When counting coins, try adding up the values of each coin type and then combining the totals.
For example, if you start with 6 quarters, 2 dimes, and 1 nickel
Add together the 6 quarters (150¢), then the 3 dimes (30¢), and then 1 nickel (5¢)
Then combine each coin group (150¢ + 30¢ + 5¢)
Strategies:
Arrow Method
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Break Apart
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Compensation
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Place-Value Chart