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Money Matters First Grade Math
1. What coin is worth $0.01? 1.Penny 2.Nickel 3.Dime
2. What coin is worth $0.05? 1.Penny 2.Nickel 3.Dime
3. What coin is worth $0.10? 1.Nickel 2.Dime 3.Quarter
4. What coin is worth $0.25? 1.Nickel 2.Dime 3.Quarter
5. How much money is a dime and a nickel? 1.$0.05 2.$0.10 3.$0.15
6. How much money is 2 dimes and a nickel? 1.$0.10 2.$0.25 3.$0.30
7. How much money is 1 quarter and 1 nickel? 1.$0.30 2.$0.35 3.$0.40
8. How much money is 2 quarters? 1.$0.25 2.$0.50 3.$0.75
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