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Problem Solving with Money Making a Table Lesson 2 Chapter 6

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Warm Up: Whats the value of each? 1.) 2.) 3.)

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Problem Solving: Patty has four $1 bills, 3 quarters, 5 dimes, 1 nickel, and 5 pennies. How many different sets of bills and coins can she use to pay for a magazine that costs $4.75? To solve this problem we can create a table that list all the different ways to make $4.75 with the money Patty has.

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Problem Solving: value

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Tables – Workbook page 32 Ivy has two $1 bills, 4 quarters, 7 dimes, 1 nickel, and 4 pennies to buy a pack of paper that costs $2.66. How many different equivalent sets of bills and coins can she use? DimesNickelsPenniesValue

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Tables – Workbook page 32 Show some ways different combination of coins can be used to make $0.23. DimesNickelsPenniesvalue

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Lets Make the Money... $ 5.34

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Lets Make the Money... $ 4.87

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Lets Make the Money... $ 3.29

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Adding and Subtracting Money Lesson 5 Chapter 6

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Warm up: Round to the nearest hundred to estimate the sum or difference 1.) 3,4562.) 2,7893.) 4,132 - 1,235 -2,321 + 3,311 4.) 2135.) 6726.) 344 + 466 + 289 - 121

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What do they mean? What do the following words mean in Math? Change Spend

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Check your Change… Matthew bought a dog collar for $3.95 and a leash for $4.64. How much money did Matthew spend?

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Check your Change… Julia bought a dog bed for $28.98. She paid for it with a $50.00 bill. How much change should she get?

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Check your Change… A.) $ 1.45 B.) $5.00 + $ 2.32 - $ 1.19 C.) $14.89 D.) $ 31.45 +$22.51 -$ 19.76

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Check your Change… E.) $ 2.63 F.) $ 4.55 + $ 1.74 + $10.48 G.) $ 4.64 H.) $ 12.36 - $ 1.87 - $ 8.59

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On Your Own! Solve the following 2 problems: 1.) $12.862.) $ 11.34 - $ 8.59 + $ 6.85

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Tell the value of each. 1.) 2.) 3.)

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Comparing Money Amounts Ming and Ben have the sets of bills and coins pictured below. Who has more money?

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Comparing Money Amounts Bens Money Mings Money

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Compare the money amounts Money amount A:_____ Money amount B:______

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Compare the money amounts Money amount A:_____ Money amount B:______

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Compare the money amounts Money amount A:_____ Money amount B:______

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Compare the money amounts Money amount A:_____ Money amount B:______

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Compare the money amounts Money amount A:_____ Money amount B:______

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