Topic: Measurement  >>  Know, explain, and use equivalent representations including the use of mathematical models for addition and subtraction of money.

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Frank gave $2.15 to his sister. Which one of the given groups of dimes and nickels could he have used, if he had only dimes and nickels?View Details
Holly has $2.88 in her piggy bank. Which group of coins has the value of $2.88?View Details
Jeff bought a basketball cap at a garage sale at the cost of 26 cents. How did he pay for the cap?
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Josh has coins totaling to $1.65. Which of the given combinations of coins is right for the amount he has?
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Philip purchases a shirt that costs $3.42. Which combination of bills and coins shows a value of $3.42?
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Rachel purchased a flower that costs $1.96. Which of the following possible combinations could she have used to pay, if she had only nickels and pennies?
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Rachel purchased a flower that costs $2.11. Which of the following possible combinations could she have used to pay, if she had only nickels and pennies?
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Roger buys a toy for $0.82 for his friend. Which combination of coins matches the cost of the toy?View Details
Susan bought a book that cost 46 ¢. Which coins could she use to pay for the book?
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The cost of the toy horse is 76¢. Which combination of coins suits the cost of the toy horse?
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Tom needs $2.95 to buy a gift for his friend. Which combination of bills and coins shows the amount $2.95?
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Which combination of bills and coins shows $2.63?View Details
Which one of the given choices has all same kind of coins that add up to $0.15?
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