Math Practice Topic: Making Change

Description: Determine how much change should be given when buying something. You may need pencil and paper.

Adaptive Learning Progression: Sometimes you calculate change and sometimes you calculate how much to give in order to receive a certain amount of change.

Sample Levels (out of 8)

Calculate the correct amount of change. Sample answer: $3.78

1.
1 gumball costs $0.17. You pay $5. How much change should you get back?
2.
1 gumball costs $0.09. You pay $5. How much change should you get back?

Calculate the correct amount of change. Sample answer: $3.78

1.
1 marker costs $3.92. You pay $4. How much change should you get back?
2.
1 stuffed animal costs $6.84. You want to receve 20 cents in change. How much money should you give?
3.
1 stuffed animal costs $7.81. You want to receve 20 cents in change. How much money should you give?
4.
1 pound of apples costs $2.75. You want to receve 25 cents in change. How much money should you give?

Calculate the correct amount of change. Sample answer: $3.78

1.
1 book costs $23.29. You pay $25. How much change should you get back?
2.
1 tie costs $29.93. You pay $35. How much change should you get back?
3.
1 cd player costs $55.00. You pay $55. How much change should you get back?
4.
1 skirt costs $19.99. You want to receve 1 cents in change. How much money should you give?
5.
1 pair of shoes costs $32.95. You want to receve 5 cents in change. How much money should you give?
6.
1 video game costs $40.48. You pay $41. How much change should you get back?

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