MEAP Preparation - Grade 3 Mathematics 3.13 Money Story Problems

Money Facts:

1 penny = 1 cent

1 nickel = 5 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dollar = 100 cents

Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten story problems of your own.

Q 1: Bob buys candy for 25 cents. If Bob had 30 cents how much money does he have now? 5 cents 30 cents 10 cents

Q 2: A store sells apples for 10 cents, gum for 5 cents, and candy for 25 cents. Joe buys 2 apples and one gum. How much money did he spend? 10 cents 5 cents 25 cents

Q 3: How much is three pennies and five nickels? 28 cents 20 cents 18 cents

Q 4: Jan has 25 cents and buys a toy that costs 10 cents. How much money does Jan have left? 10 cents 15 cents 25 cents

Q 5: How much is five nickels, and two pennies? 30 cents 27 cents 25 cents

Q 6: Sam has 30 cents and Dante has 26 cents. How much more money does Sam have than Dante? four pennies 1 penny five pennies

Q 7: Julie found three nickels, one dime and two pennies. How much money will she turn in to the teacher? 28 cents 27 cents 25 cents

Q 8: Tom has 30 cents and Joe has 20 cents. How much more does Tom have than Joe? 10 cents 20 cents` 40 cents

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