Quarters 2
(Set 2) Identify and know the value of coins, and show different combinations of coins that equal the same value. Students will see the cent sign ¢ and the dollar sign $ in this activity. Quarters, dimes, nickels & pennies only appear in this set, and the complexity of the coins being counted continues to increase.
From Mr. Anker Tests
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1. What is the total value of the coins shown below?
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2. Which set of coins shown below has the greatest value?
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3. What is the total value of the coins shown below?
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4. Which of the options below has the least value?
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5. Which set of coins shown below has the greatest value?
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6. What is the total value of the coins described here?
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7. In the space below, type the total value of the coins described below. (Be sure to use a dollar sign and decimal point in your answer.)
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8. In the space below, type the total value of the coins described below. (Be sure to use a dollar sign and decimal point in your answer.)
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9. In the space below, type the total number of quarters needed to answer this question, as a whole number.
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10. What is the total value of the coins shown below?
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