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Money Content Standard: Find a combination of coins that equals a given value Click for the next screen.

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Tommy bought candy for $4.60. He gave the cashier a 5 dollar bill. She handed him 3 coins in change. What were the three coins? Show your work. Click for the next screen.

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Tommy bought candy for $4.60. He gave the cashier a 5 dollar bill. She handed him 3 coins in change. What were the three coins? Show your work. Click for the next screen. $5.00 - 4.60 $0.40 25+10+5=40 Tommy got a quarter, a dime, and a nickel in change.

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Sally wanted to buy 3 bags of popcorn for 75 cents, but she only had 5 coins in her pocket. Is it possible for her to use all 5 of her coins and buy the popcorn? Show your work. Click for possible answers.

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Sally wants to buy 3 bags of popcorn for 75 cents, but she only has 5 coins in her pocket. Is it possible for her to use all 5 of her coins and buy the popcorn? Show your work. Or… (click) 25 25 10 10 + 5 75 Sally could buy the popcorn with 2 quarters, 2 dimes, and a nickel. These 5 coins add up to exactly 75 cents.

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Sally wants to buy 3 bags of popcorn for 75 cents, but she only has 5 coins in her pocket. Is it possible for her to use all 5 of her coins and buy the popcorn? Show your work. The End 50 10 5 5 +5 75 Sally could buy the popcorn with 1 half dollar, 1 dime, and 3 nickels. These 5 coins add up to exactly 75 cents.

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