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Counting money word problem up to 100 dollars
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Counting money word problem up to 1 dollar
Counting money word problem up to 100 dollars
Addition money word problem up to 100 dollars
Subtraction money word problem up to 100 dollars
In the candy store, each candy costs
one
dollar. If Alva has
10
five-dollar bills and
8
one-dollar bills, how many candies can she buy?
candies
Answer
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Hint
Can you answer 10 correctly?
10 $5s and 8 $1s is
?
$5s
$1s
When counting dollars, try adding up the values of each dollar bill amount and then combining the totals.
For example, if you have 6 $20s, 3 $10s, and 2 $5s
Add together the 6 $20s ($120), then the 3 $10s ($30), and then 2 $5s ($10)
Then combine each bill group ($120 + $30 + $10)
Strategies:
Arrow Method
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Break Apart
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Place-Value Chart