Name:    Lesson 9: Representing Decimals with Coins

1.

How many pennies are in this amount of money?
\$0.78
 a. 78 pennies b. 7.8 pennies c. 0.78 pennies d. 780 pennies

2.

How many pennies are in this amount of money?
\$2.17
 a. 2.17 pennies b. 21.7 pennies c. 217 pennies d. 2170 pennies

3.

How many pennies are in this amount of money?
\$5.06
 a. 506 pennies b. 5.06 pennies c. 56 pennies d. 560 pennies

4.

How many dimes are in this amount of money?
\$5.60
 a. 560 dimes b. 56 dimes c. 5.6 dimes d. 0.56 dimes

5.

How many dimes are in this amount of money?
\$3.20
 a. 32 b. 3.2 c. 320 d. 0.32

6.

How could you make the following amount of money using dimes and pennies?
\$4.57
 a. 45 dimes, 7 pennies c. 40 dimes, 5 pennies b. 4 dimes, 57 pennies d. 457 dimes

7.

How could you make the following amount of money using dimes and pennies?
\$2.03
 a. 20 dimes, 30 pennies c. 2 dimes, 3 pennies b. 10 dimes, 103 pennies d. 2 dimes, 300 pennies

8.

How much money is represented by these coins?
30 dimes, 15 pennies
 a. \$3.05 b. \$3.15 c. \$0.35 d. \$3.51

9.

How much money is represented by these coins?
50 dimes, 113 pennies
 a. \$50.13 b. \$5.13 c. \$6.13 d. \$6.03

10.

How much money is represented by these coins?
45 dimes, 16 pennies
 a. \$45.16 b. \$4.66 c. \$4.16 d. \$45.06