Making Change
Fewest Coins
Do I Have Enough
How much is that?
This and That
100
A customer bought a soda for \$1.65. She paid for it with \$2.00. How much change should she get?
100
\$.63
100

You want to buy a shirt for \$12.00 and shoes for \$20.00. You have \$30.00. Do you have enough?

No

100
a quarter and two dimes
100

If you have a quarter, a dime and two nickels do you have enough for a candy bar that costs \$1.00.

No

200

You bought a video game for \$45.00 and paid with \$50.00. How much change should you get?

\$5.00

200
\$. 48
200

You have \$15.50. You want to buy lunch for you and a friend. Your meal costs \$7.95 and their meal costs \$6.25. Do you have enough?

Yes

200
three nickles, a penny and a dime.
200

You go to the movies. It costs \$6.25 to get in. You pay with a \$10. How much change should you get back?

\$3.75

300

Your mom buys you a shirt for \$16.55. She pays with a \$20.00. How much change should she get?

\$3.45

300
\$. 29
300

You are at the movies and have \$10.00. A pop costs \$3.50 and a popcorn costs \$6.00. Do you have enough?

Yes

300
2 quarters, a nickel and a penny
300

Make \$1.24 with the fewest amount of bills and coins.

One dollar, two dimes and four pennies

400

Your parents give you \$25.00 to go to the store to buy some items. The items come to \$22.63. How much change do you have left?

\$2.37

400
\$.97
400

You just got a new puppy! You want to buy him some dog treats for \$2.50, a toy for \$3.00 and a collar for \$5.45. You have \$15.00 in your wallet. Do you have enough?

Yes

400
a quarter, 3 dimes, a nickel and three pennies
400

Put these money amounts in order from least to greatest: \$4.35, \$3.75, \$3.89

\$3.75, \$3.89, \$4.35

500

You want to buy a movie for \$17.95. You have a \$20.00. If you buy it, how much will you have left over?

\$2.05

500
\$.32
500

You got \$5.00 for your allowance. You want to buy two candy bars for \$.75 each, a pack of gum for \$.50 and a water for \$1.25. Do you have enough?

Yes

500
three quarters, two dimes, a nickel and four pennies.
500

Put these money amounts in order from least to greatest: \$.71, \$.29, \$1.16, \$1.14

\$.29, \$.71, \$1.14, \$1.16

600

You went to the grocery store and bought gum for \$1.89, a soda for \$1.50 and crackers for \$3.59.  If you paid with \$10.00, how much change would you receive?

\$3.02

600

\$.89

3 quarters, 1 dime and 4 pennies

600

Ms. Cross wants to buy a pair of Crocs for \$31.00, a t-shirt for \$14.99 and some socks for \$3.99.  If she has \$50.00, does she have enough money to pay for it all?

Yes, it would cost \$49.98 in all.

600

Two 5 dollar bills, two quarters, three dimes and four pennies.

\$10.84

600

If you have 58 cents plus 17 cents, but then you take away 39 cents, how much money do you have left?

36 cents

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