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 Question 1 Tommy buys a pair of gloves for \$2.35. He wants to pay this with quarters, dimes, and nickels. What combination of the coins should he give the cashier? A. 4 quarters, 3 dimes, 2 nickels B. 6 quarters, 3 dimes, 1 nickels C. 8 quarters, 3 dimes, 1 nickel D. 8 quarters, 3 dimes, 2 nickels
 Question 2 What does digit 4 represent in \$5.34? A. tenths of a dollar B. hundredths of a dollar C. thousandths of a dollar D. none of the above
 Question 3 How do you write five dollars, 3 dimes, 4 nickels and 7 pennies in decimal form? A. \$5.57 B. \$5.47 C. \$5.40 D. \$5.56
 Question 4 Round \$0.78 to the nearest dollar. A. \$0.75 B. \$7.8 C. \$0.70 D. \$1.00
 Question 5 Which of the following options is correct? A. 4 quarters, 7 dimes, 3 nickels > \$2.50 B. 200 pennies < 4 quarters, 6 dimes, 5 nickels C. \$1.35 < 7 dimes, 10 nickels, 1 quarter D. 100 pennies, 3 quarters > \$1.85
 Question 6 Eddy bought a beach ball for \$4.05. He paid that with a \$5 bill and got 7 coins back as a change. He got 3 more dimes than nickels and the change includes quarters. Which of the following combinations of coins will he get? A. 4 nickels, 2 dimes, 1 quarter B. 1 nickel, 4 dimes, 2 quarters C. 2 nickels, 4 dimes, 1 quarter D. 1 nickel, 5 dimes, 1 quarter
 Question 7 Round \$45.75 to the nearest dollar. A. \$46 B. \$45 C. \$45.70 D. \$47
 Question 8 Nancy bought a pair of sunglasses for \$11.87 and a belt for \$3.99. The sales tax was \$1.14. Nancy gave the cashier a \$20 bill. How much change should she get back? A. \$3.25 B. \$3 C. \$3.09 D. \$3.50
 Question 9 \$3.50 + \$0.35 + \$6.75 = ? A. \$11.50 B. \$10.69 C. \$10.60 D. \$10.06
 Question 10 Megan bought one pen for \$0.65, a pair of scissors for \$1.55, a folder for \$0.80 and a bag for \$3.50. She pays for the above items with a \$10 bill. What is the least number of coins and bills she could get as her change? A. three \$1 bills, 5 dimes B. three \$1 bills, 2 dimes, 6 nickels C. three \$1 bills, 2 quarters D. two \$1 bills, 4 quarters, 4 dimes