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100 200 400 300 400 On the head side One coin that equals On the tails side Give the value of… 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 Abraham Lincoln is on this coin. What is the penny?
1,2 This coin equals the same amount as two nickels. What is the dime?
1,3 The Lincoln Memorial is on this coin. What is the penny?
1,4 Two nickels and 7 pennies equals this amount of money? What is 17 cents?
2,1 George Washington is on this coin. What is the quarter?
2,2 Five pennies equals the same as this coin. What is the nickel?
2,3 An eagle sitting on a branch is what is on this coin. What is the quarter?
2,4 One dime, one nickel, and two pennies equals this amount. What is 17 cents?
3,1 Thomas Jefferson is on this coin. What is the nickel?
3,2 Two quarters equals the Same amount as this coin. What is the half dollar?
3,3 The Monticello is on this coin. What is the nickel?
3,4 One quarter, two dimes, and one penny equals this amount. What is 46 cents?
4,1 John Kennedy is on this coin. What is the half-dollar?
4,2 Two dimes and one nickel is the same amount as this coin. What is the quarter?
4,3 An eagle with a shield is on this coin. What is the half-dollar ?
4,4 Two quarter, three nickels, and three pennies is equal to this amount. What is 68 cents?
5,1 Franklin Roosevelt is on this coin. What is the dime?
5,2 Three dimes and four nickels equals the same amount as this coin. What is the half dollar?
5,3 A torch and leaves is on this coin. What is the dime?
5,4 One half-dollar, one quarter, and one nickel is equal to this amount. What is 80 cents?
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