Q 1: I had a quarter, a dime, and a nickel to spend. I bought a candy bar for 20 cents. How much change did I get back? 10 cents 60 cents 20 cents 30 cents

Q 2: Fish A weighs 15 pounds. He swallows Fish C. Fish C weighs 3 pounds. How much does Fish A weigh now? 60 pounds 18 pounds 153 pounds

Q 3: Fish M weighs 95 pounds. Fish Z weighs 10 pounds. If Fish M swallows Fish Z, how much will he weigh? 10 pounds 105 pounds 9510 pounds

Q 4: How much is 9 dimes and 4 pennies? 49 cents 84 cents 94 cents

Q 5: Lisa has $4.50. She bought a pencil sharpener for $2.30 and spiral notebook for 75 cents. How much money does she have left. $1.32 $1.45 $.80 140 cents

Q 6: How much is 2 quarters, 1 dime, and a nickel? 55 cents 65 cents 60 cents

Q 7: How much is a penny worth? 1 cent 17 cents 5 cents

Q 8: At a museum gift shop, Tricia bought a poster for $6.47. Her friend, Joanie bought a necklace for $4.29. How much more did Tricia spend than Joanie? $2.95 $2.96 $2.97 $2.18

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