Topic: Measurement  >>  Make change using fewest possible number of coins.

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Anna buys a handbag for 36 ¢. She has 40 ¢. How much change does she get back?View Details
Anna buys a piece of watermelon for 36 ¢. She has 5 dimes. How much change does she get back?View Details
Ashley bought a sandwich that was priced at 68 cents. What is the best way to give the change by using the fewest number of coins?View Details
Bob buys a pencil box for 46 ¢. He has 50 ¢. How much change does he get back?View Details
Cost of a pen is 80 cents. Edward pays 4 quarters. How much change does he get back?
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Greg buys a pear for 45 ¢. He has 5 dimes. How much change does he get back?View Details
Greg buys an ice cream for 57 ¢. He has 6 dimes. How much change does he get back?
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Jane buys a pen. She pays 4 dimes. How much change does she get back?
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Jessie has 7 dimes. She buys a ball for 68 ¢. How much change does she get back?
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John buys a hat for 67 ¢. He has 70 cents. How much change does he get back?View Details
John buys a toy that costs 76 cents. He pays 4 quarters. How much change does he get back?
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John has 90 ¢. He buys an ice cream for 85 ¢. How much change does he get back?View Details
Lindsay works at a supermarket. Choose the best combination of coins which she could use to give the change of $0.92 to a customer.
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Marie went to a store. She paid for her purchase with a $1 bill. The
cashier gave her seven coins in change as shown. How much change did she get back?

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Rita has 70 ¢. She buys a book for 68 ¢. How much change does she get back?
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Sheela buys a pen that costs 23 cents. She pays 1 quarter. How much change does she get back?
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Zelma bought chocolates for 75 cents. She gave 8 dimes to the shopkeeper. How much change would she get back?View Details
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