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 Question 1 See the table to answer this question. Arleen has \$2.50 in her purse. Which two items can she buy with her money? A. Mouthwash and Soap B. Toothbrush and Shampoo C. Shampoo and Mouthwash D. Shampoo and Soap
 Question 2 Round \$17.35 to the nearest ten dollars. A. \$15 B. \$20 C. \$18 D. \$10
 Question 3 Mrs. Brown is taking her music group to the City Amusement Park. Park ticket for an adult is \$4.50 and for a child is \$2.25. If there are 2 adults and 5 children in the group, how much money does Mrs. Brown have to pay to buy the tickets? A. \$9 B. \$11.25 C. \$15 D. \$20.25
 Question 4 One pair of socks costs \$3.85, one dozen bananas cost \$1.60 and one yard of a satin cloth costs \$5.50. Mary bought 2 pair of socks, half dozen bananas and 3 yards of satin cloth. How much money did she pay for her purchase? A. \$20 B. \$23 C. \$25 D. \$24
 Question 5 Kim is selling her toys in the garage sale. She sold her bike to Mitch for \$8.75. Mitch gave her \$10 bill. How much change does Kim have to give to Mitch? A. a dollar bill and two quarters B. four quarters and two dimes C. three quarters, three dimes and a nickel D. a dollar bill and one quarter
 Question 6 Rita sold her bike to Maria for \$59.65 at a loss of \$23.35.What price did Rita pay for the bike? A. \$83 B. \$80 C. \$36.30 D. \$84
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 Question 7 If cost of 12 markers is \$7.20, how much will 4 markers cost? A. \$1.40 B. \$0.60 C. \$1.80 D. \$2.40
 Question 8 Jade bought a belt for \$6.40. After paying for the belt, she received \$13.60 change from the cashier. How much money did she pay the cashier? A. \$10 bill B. \$5 bill C. \$20 bill D. \$50 bill
 Question 9 Nick bought 10 pounds of apples for \$13.65 from a farm. He sold those apples to a nearby store for \$21.85. How much profit did he make? A. \$8.30 B. \$8.20 C. \$7.80 D. \$8.68
 Question 10 \$15.00 - ?Â  = Â \$12.25 A. \$2.35 B. \$2.75 C. \$3.55 D. \$3.75