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1 Measurement Measuring coins and money symbols SOL 2.11 Grade 2 Created by; Kim Smith

2 How do we use money? A.To play with B.To loose C.To pay for things D.I don’t know

3 What are coins? A.Paper we can buy things with B.Round metal in different sizes C.Round paper pieces D.Toys

4 What do we do with coins? A.Play with them B.Put them in our mouths C.Buy things with them D.Bury them for people to find

5 What is a penny worth? A.10 cents B.5 cents C.25 cents D.1 cent

6 What is a dime worth? A.5 cents B.1 cent C.10 cents D.25 cents

7 What is a quarter worth? A.25 cents B.10 cents C.5 cents D.1 cent

8 If you had 2 pennies and 1 dime how much money would you have? A.12 cents B.21 cents C.2 cents D.10 cents

9 If you had 1 nickel, 5 dimes and 5 pennies. How much money would you have? A.50 cents B.55 cents C.60 cents D.10 cents

10 What does this symbol mean? ¢ A.Dollars B.Decimals C.Addition D.Cents

11 What does this symbol mean? $ A.Cents B.Dollars C.Decimal D.Subtraction

12 What is this symbol when used with money? A.Dollars B.Cents C.Decimal D.Addition

13 What is a one dollar bill worth? A.100 cents B.50 cents C.25 cents D.75 cents

14 How much is this? A.75¢ B.80¢ C.$1.00 D.$

15 Which would be correct? ─ A.$2.00 < $1.00 B.$1.00 = $2.00 C.$2.00 > $1.00 D.$2.00 = $1.00

16 Whish would be correct? - A.3 quarters = 3 pennies B.3 pennies > 3 quarters C.3 quarters > 3 pennies D.3 quarters 3 pennies


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