Primary 2

Boost! Math

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Money

Solve the following sums. Show your working clearly.

1. Circle the correct coins to make up the amount stated for each question.

a) $0.95

b) $1.25

c) $1.70

d) $2.80

e) $3.55

f) $3.60

g) $4.15

h) $4.95

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2. Circle the notes and coins to make up the amount stated for each question.

a) $7.55

b) $13.15

c) $22.95

d) $31.40

e) $165.15

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3. What is the value of each set as shown below?

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

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4. Fill in each blank with the correct answer.

a) $1 = ¢ b) $2.15 = ¢

c) $3.89 = ¢ d) $4.27 = ¢

e) $5.52 = ¢ f) $10.01 = ¢

g) $17.48 = ¢ h) $26.05 = ¢

i) $138.10 = ¢ j) $252.50 = ¢

5. Fill in each blank with the correct answer..

a) 175¢ = $ b) 266¢ = $

c) 630¢ = $ d) 1115¢ = $

e) 1289¢ = $ f) 1525¢ = $

g) 1895¢ = $ h) 1941¢ = $

i) 22165¢ = $ j) 13545¢ = $

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6. Write the amount of money in words. Primary 2: Boost! Math

a) $24.45

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b) $37.86

c) $182.12

7. Arrange the following in increasing value. Begin with the smallest value.

$ 54.99 $189.70 $15.65

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smallest value

8. Arrange the following in decreasing value. Begin with the largest value.

$28.75 $6.25 $95.65

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largest value

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9. Write down the value for each of the following.

a) 1 ten-dollar note, 3 five-dollar notes and 4 fifty-cent coins

b) 1 fifty-dollar note, 2 ten-dollar notes and 8 one-dollar notes

b) 3 fifty-dollar notes, 2 ten-cent coins and 1 five-cent coin

d) 1 hundred-dollar note, 2 five-dollar notes and 1 ten-cent coin

10. Fill in each blank with the correct answer. Give your answer in dollars.

a) a) 75 cents more than 80 cents is .

b) b) 65 cents more than 75 cents is .

c) d) 80 cents more than 369 cents is .

d) e) 15 cents less than $3.00 is .

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11. Do the following sums. Show your working clearly.

a) $3.54 + $3.56 = b) $5.98 + $2.55 =

c) $1.99 + $6.54 = d) $25.55 + $4.09 =

e) $9.44 - $6.65 = f) $14 - $3.56 =

g) $138 - $24.15 = h) $268 - $37.24 =

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12. Fill in each blank with the correct answer. Primary 2: Boost! Math

(a) $1.30 more than $4.60 is

.

(b) $2.99 more than $4.78 is .

(c) $3.23 is less than $3.35.

(d) $5.60 is more than $1.33.

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Exercise 2: Solve the following word sums.

Write your number equations clearly.

1. Anne has $637. She has $253 more than Ben.

How much money does Ben have?

Ben has ..

2. After receiving $56.50 from her father, Melissa has $125.

How much did Melissa have at first?

Melissa has at first.

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3. Mark paid $16.20 for 2 similar pens and a pencil case.

Each pen cost $2.70.

How much did the pencil case cost?

The pencil case cost .

4. Mr Lee bought a television for $575 and a printer for $329.

He paid the cashier $1000. How much change did Mr Lee get back?

Mr Lee got back change.

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Exercise 3:

Study the diagram below. Then answer the questions that follow.

Hello! My name is Francine and I need to shop for a

few presents. I have brought $50 with me on my

shopping trip today.

$12.55 $5.45

teddy bear pencil case

$15.90 $39.90

story book handbag

1. How much will the teddy bear, the story book and the pencil case cost in

total?

Ans:

2. Francine buys the handbag and the pencil case. How much change will she

receive?

Ans:

3. Can Francine afford to buy the story book and handbag? Why or why not?

Show your working clearly.

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