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Number Review Click the correct number to complete the problem.
What number comes before 10? 5 9 8
What number comes after 19? 18 20 15
Which is worth more? Quarter Penny Nickel
How many pennies make up a quarter? 10 5 25
Which comes next 5, 10, ____, 20, 25 13 15 30
How many nickels make a dime? 2 3 4
Which comes next: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ___, 14, 16, 18, 20 22 24 12
How many quarters make $1.00? 2 3 4
How many dimes make $1.00? 1 5 10
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