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Measurement Measuring coins and money symbols SOL 2.11 Grade 2 Created by; Kim Smith
How do we use money? A.To play with B.To loose C.To pay for things D.I don’t know
What are coins? A.Paper we can buy things with B.Round metal in different sizes C.Round paper pieces D.Toys
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
What is a penny worth? A.10 cents B.5 cents C.25 cents D.1 cent
What is a dime worth? A.5 cents B.1 cent C.10 cents D.25 cents
What is a quarter worth? A.25 cents B.10 cents C.5 cents D.1 cent
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
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
What does this symbol mean? ¢ A.Dollars B.Decimals C.Addition D.Cents
What does this symbol mean? $ A.Cents B.Dollars C.Decimal D.Subtraction
What is this symbol when used with money? A.Dollars B.Cents C.Decimal D.Addition
What is a one dollar bill worth? A.100 cents B.50 cents C.25 cents D.75 cents
How much is this? A.75¢ B.80¢ C.$1.00 D.$
Which would be correct? ─ A.$2.00 < $1.00 B.$1.00 = $2.00 C.$2.00 > $1.00 D.$2.00 = $1.00
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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