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A third grader buys two popsciles for 35 cents each. How much does the third grader owe?

70 cents


A fifth grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you two quarters to pay for it. How much change and which coins will you give hime in return?

A nickel, a dime


A second grader buys to popsicles and gives you a dollar. How much change and which coins will you give her?

A quarter and a nickel


A fifth grade buys a popsicle at 35 cents a peice for himself and two of his friends. How much does he owe?

$1.05


A fourth grader buys one popsicle for 35 cents and give you a dollar. How much do you give her in change?

65 cents


A parent buys two popsicles for 35 cents each and gives you a five dollar bill? What coins and bills will you give him in change?

Four one dollar bills, two quarters, a dime and a nickel


A first grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you 4 dimes. What do you give hime as change?

A nickel


A fifth grader buys four popsicles for 35 cents each. How much does she owe you? She give you a dollar and two quarters. Do you owe her any change? If so how much?

She owes 1.40. You should give her ten cents change.


A third grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you a dollar. What change should you give her?

A nickel, a dime and two quarters.


A third grader buys two popsciles for 35 cents each. How much does the third grader owe?

70 cents


A fifth grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you two quarters to pay for it. How much change and which coins will you give hime in return?

A nickel, a dime


A second grader buys to popsicles and gives you a dollar. How much change and which coins will you give her?

A quarter and a nickel


A fifth grade buys a popsicle at 35 cents a peice for himself and two of his friends. How much does he owe?

$1.05


A fourth grader buys one popsicle for 35 cents and give you a dollar. How much do you give her in change?

65 cents


A parent buys two popsicles for 35 cents each and gives you a five dollar bill? What coins and bills will you give him in change?

Four one dollar bills, two quarters, a dime and a nickel


A first grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you 4 dimes. What do you give hime as change?

A nickel


A fifth grader buys four popsicles for 35 cents each. How much does she owe you? She give you a dollar and two quarters. Do you owe her any change? If so how much?

She owes 1.40. You should give her ten cents change.


A third grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you a dollar. What change should you give her?

A nickel, a dime and two quarters.


A third grader buys two popsciles for 35 cents each. How much does the third grader owe?

70 cents


A fifth grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you two quarters to pay for it. How much change and which coins will you give hime in return?

A nickel, a dime


A second grader buys to popsicles and gives you a dollar. How much change and which coins will you give her?

A quarter and a nickel


A fifth grade buys a popsicle at 35 cents a peice for himself and two of his friends. How much does he owe?

$1.05


A fourth grader buys one popsicle for 35 cents and give you a dollar. How much do you give her in change?

65 cents


A parent buys two popsicles for 35 cents each and gives you a five dollar bill? What coins and bills will you give him in change?

Four one dollar bills, two quarters, a dime and a nickel


A first grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you 4 dimes. What do you give hime as change?

A nickel


A fifth grader buys four popsicles for 35 cents each. How much does she owe you? She give you a dollar and two quarters. Do you owe her any change? If so how much?

She owes 1.40. You should give her ten cents change.


A third grader buys a popsicle for 35 cents and gives you a dollar. What change should you give her?

A nickel, a dime and two quarters.
