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


1.

If a candy bar costs $.92 and you give the clerk $5.00, what is your
change?
a.  $4.99  c.  $4.08  b.  $4.01  d.  $3.99 


2.

If you have $3.50 and you find $.75 on the ground, how much do you have?
a.  $4.25  c.  $5.00  b.  $4.00  d.  $4.50 


3.

Toys were on sale for $.97 each. How much would three toys cost?
a.  $3.00  c.  $1.87  b.  $2.50  d.  $2.91 


4.

How much will you pay for two sandwiches that cost $4.79 each?
a.  $8.18  c.  $9.99  b.  $9.58  d.  $8.88 


5.

If you have saved $10.00 and you buy a shirt for $7.99, what will your change
be?
a.  $2.51  c.  $3.01  b.  $.75  d.  $2.01 


6.

Peter and Sally combined their money to get an ice cream cone. The cone
cost $1.99. Sally put in $.84. How much did Peter put in for the ice cream cone?
a.  $1.51  c.  $.89  b.  $1.15  d.  $1.21 

Numeric Response


7.

$9.99 $3.15


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