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Grade: 3,    Subject: Math,    Topic: Money
Question 1:
Anthony has been saving money to buy a toy for his friend. The toy costs $14.50, but Anthony has saved $9.30 so far. How much more money does he need to save?


Question 2:
Round $4.23 to the nearest dollar.


Question 3:
Trevor buys a hamster for $8.10 and some hamster food for $4.90. If he pays the cashier with a twenty-dollar bill, how much change will he get?


Question 4:
The table below shows the list of all the activities The Country Fun Park has.
Lee has $12 in his pocket, which two activities can he do?

Rock Climbing and Bungee JumpingRock Climbing and Roller Coaster Ride

Bungee Jumping and Roller Coaster RideAny two activities
Question 5:
Helen buys three packs of bubble gum for $4.60. She gives the cashier a five-dollar bill and asks him to give her change using minimum number of coins. What is the best combination of coins can she receive?

3 dimes, 2 nickels3 dimes, 1 nickel, 5 pennies

2 quarters, 1 nickel1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel
Question 6:
What is the total value of the money?


Question 7:
Round $17.36 to the nearest ten dollars.


Question 8:
Daniel has $36.35, Madison has $33.76, Jay has $31.34, and Kent has $34.85. Who among the four friends has about $40.00?


Question 9:
Round $8.34 to the nearest dollar.


Question 10:
The third grade students raised $67.34 for the Sick Children's Hospital. What is the amount third grade collected rounded to the nearest ten dollars?


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