Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.



2.

If you have two dollar bills, three quarters and one nickel, how much money do
you have?
a.  $2.80  c.  $2.55  b.  $2.40  d.  $1.21 


3.

Missy and Joan were counting their money. Missy had three dollar bills, 1
quarter, five dimes and six pennies. Joan had four nickels and 10 pennies. How much money
did they have all together?
a.  $3.45  c.  $4.11  b.  $3.90  d.  $4.21 


4.

If you have five dimes and traded them for quarters, how many quarters would you
get?


5.

Manuel took his dollar to the store and asked for dimes. How many dimes
would he get for his dollar?


6.

Mary traded Pete 10 nickels, 2 dimes and five pennies. What did she get
for her money?


7.

Alicia bought a hat for $3.00. She gave the clerk $5.00. The clerk
gave Alicia her change in pennies. How many pennies did she get back??


8.

Brian took 75 to the bank and got nickels. How many
nickels did he get?


9.

Mark broke open his piggy bank. He found 3 nickels, one dime and a
quarter. How many cents were in the piggy bank?


10.

Twoyear old Bobbi likes shiny things. She had 75 pennies. She liked
large coins. What would be the least number of big, shiny coins she could get for her
pennies?


11.

If you have 1.25 in money, which symbol would you use?
a.   c.  €  b.  =  d.  $ 
