
Question 1 
Edward bought a cap for $5.70. He paid for the cap with a fivedollar bill and a onedollar bill. The cashier gave Edward his change with three of the same kind of coins. What were those three coins? 
A. 
dimes 
B. 
quarters 
C. 
nickels 
D. 
pennies 
    

Question 2 
Melissa, Autumn and Susan were arranging a farewell party for their friend. The party arrangements cost was $30 altogether and the three friends decided to split the cost. Melissa contributed $10.75, Autumn contributed $8.50 and Susan contributed the rest. How much did Susan contribute? 
A. 
$9.45 
B. 
$10.50 
C. 
$11.25 
D. 
$10.75 
    

Question 3 
Find the CORRECT answer.

A. 
$3.60 
B. 
$5.60 
C. 
$4.40 
D. 
$4.60 
    


Question 4 
Mom was buying school supplies for Reid. She bought two pencils for $1.20, a notebook for $2.50, a ruler for $1 and a school bag for $12.20. What was the amount mom spent rounded to the nearest ten dollars? 
A. 
$10 
B. 
$15 
C. 
$20 
D. 
$30 
    

Question 5 
Katrina borrowed some money from her dad and went to shopping. She bought a shirt for $6.25, a watch for $11.10 and a video game for $8.30. After shopping, she had only $4.35 left in her purse. How much money did she borrow from her dad?

A. 
$26 
B. 
$28 
C. 
$29 
D. 
$30 
    

Question 6 
Steve had 8 nickels in his pocket. He wants to buy a bubblegum pack, which cost 55Â¢. How many more nickels does he need to buy the bubblegum pack? 
A. 
3 
B. 
4 
C. 
2 
D. 
5 
    
