Q 1: Jan has 25 cents and buys a toy that costs 10 cents. How much money does Jan have left? 15 cents 10 cents 25 cents

Q 2: Sam has 30 cents and Dante has 26 cents. How much more money does Sam have than Dante? 1 penny four pennies five pennies

Q 3: The first grade has 11 girls and 9 boys. Two girls were absent on Monday? How many children were present on Monday? 22 20 18

Q 4: Tom has 30 cents and Roy has 25 cents. How much money do they have together? 25 cents 55 cents 30 cents

Q 5: What is the name of this shape?
Triangle Rectangle Square Circle

Q 6: Bob buys candy for 25 cents. If Bob had 30 cents how much money does he have now? 5 cents 10 cents 30 cents

Q 7: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q q n p p p p 59 cents 71 cents 61 cents

Q 8: How much is this combination worth? Answer: _____ cents
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