
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 
    
