Money
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• Question 1
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Q. Kelsey has two treasure boxes with some money in them. Which box contains \$2.36?
Box A contains  \$2.36.
Box A contains  \$2.36.
Neither box has \$2.36.
Both A and B  contain \$2.36.
• Question 2
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Q. Which equation correctly compares the amount of money in each girl’s purse?
Krista’s money > Jenny’s money
Krista’s money < Jenny’s money
Krista’s money > Jenny’s money
Jenny’s money > Krista’s money
• Question 3
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Q. Paige bought a bag of goldfish  food for \$3.42.  If she paid with \$5.00, what could be her possible change?
3 quarters, 5 dimes, and 20 pennies
4 quarters, 4 dimes, and  8 pennies
4 quarters, 5 dimes, and 18 pennies
5 quarters, 3 dimes, and 3 pennies
• Question 4
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Q. Deon bought a kite.  He told his brother that his kite cost about \$3.00. What could be the actual cost of his kite?
\$2.48
\$2.57
\$2.43
\$2.37
• Question 5
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Q. Diane asked her friend to guess how much money was in her pocket. Diane  gave her friend  this clue:  “If I round my money to the nearest dollar, I have \$5.00 in my pocket.” said Diane.  What would be a good guess for how much money is in Diane's pocket?
\$3.95
\$4.65
\$5.54
\$2.85
• Question 6
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Q. When rounded to the nearest dollar, a model airplane costs \$7.00.  Which price could not be the actual  price of the model?
\$6.85
\$6.59
\$6.35
\$6.67
• Question 7
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Q. Gina was at the store searching for a birthday gift for her brother Freddy.  She wants to spend \$8.00.  The store keeper said she would round the cost of the toys to the nearest dollar.  Which items, when rounded, could she buy for \$8.00?
The car, football, baseball bat, or blocks.
The car or the blocks.
The blocks or the football.
The car, football, or blocks.
• Question 8
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Q. Felix bought chocolate bars, marshmallows and graham crackers.  If the total rounded to \$10.00, what could not be the price of each item?
\$2.55, \$2.45, \$5.39
\$2.34, \$2.50, \$4.87
\$2.30, \$2.55, \$4.90
\$2.29, \$2.15, \$4.87
• Question 9
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Q. Ross bought a Frisbee for about \$3.00 and a jump rope that was about \$2.00.  Which answer could be the actual total cost of both items?
Round to the nearest dollar.
\$1.00
\$4.85
\$5.50
\$6.82
• Question 10
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Q. Mackie asked the storekeeper for change for a \$1.00 bill so that he could buy bubble gum from the vending machine.  Is this the correct amount of change that the storekeeper gave Mackie?
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• Question 11
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Q. Gabrielle bought a new pencil case for \$2.65.  She gave the clerk \$3.00. Is this the correct amount of change that the clerk gave Gabrielle?
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no
• Question 12
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Q. The actual cost of a paint set is \$7.24.  What is the price of the paint set rounded to the nearest dollar?
\$7.00
\$7.50
\$8.00
\$6.50
• Question 13
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Q. Martin said he had \$4.35 saved and showed this money to his friend, Andrew. Andrew counted it and said that Martin had \$4.45 cents.
Who counted the money correctly?