Shopping/ Bills (-)
Shopping
Bank (+)
Grab bag (?)
100
\$100.00 - \$ 68.66 =
What is \$31.34?
100

\$10.00- \$5.00

What is \$5.00

100
\$6.35 + 80.34 =
What is \$86.69?
100

Your SLP for summer school

200
\$50.00- 23.42 =
What is \$26.58?
200

\$36.90-\$8.82

\$28.08

200
Your account started at \$165.86. You decide to deposit you pay check of \$86.29. What is your account balance?
What is \$252.15?
200

\$12.63 + \$15.38 =

What is \$28.01?

200

Mr. Bishop's favorite team

The Chicago Bears

300
You gave the cashier \$20.00. Your total was \$12.85. How much change will you get back?
What is \$7.15?
300

\$55.67-\$23.99

\$31.68

300

You got 7 quarters, 2 dimes, and 8 pennies in your change jar, this is how many dollars and cents?

\$2.03

300

\$5.02+\$15.66

\$20.68

300

What do rockets use to get into space?

What is propellant?

400
In your wallet - \$200 Your gas bill - \$65 After you pay your gas bill how much money will you have left?
What is \$135?
400

You have \$20.00 and you want to buy 6 donuts for \$3.25/ each. Do you have enough money to buy.

Yes! You can afford it. 3.25 x 6 = \$19.50

400
Balance in your account - \$629.00 Money to be deposited - \$235.00 How much money is in your account after your deposit?
What is \$864.00?
400

*DAILY DOUBLE* 8 dimes, 8 nickels, 18 pennies, 2 quarters

\$1.88

400

Name 6 students in ESY

Who are Aislinn, Nana, Tommy, Billy, Charles, Gavin, Jess?
500
Your car payment was \$869.66 Before you paid your car payment you had \$4257.82. How much is left in your checking account?
What is \$3388.16?
500

You found a nice dress shirt for \$66.99. You have \$365.24. If you decide to buy the shirt how much money will you have left?

\$298.25

500
In your piggy bank there is \$2009.11. You put in a \$20 bill, a \$5 bill, a nickle and a penny. How much is now in your piggy bank
What is \$2034.17? (Thats one big piggy bank)
500
Dave had \$75. Tom had \$45. How much money do Dave did they have altogether?
What is \$120?
500

More than 300 years ago this scientist said "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction"

Isaac Newton

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