Buying and selling are activities that become a bigger part of your daily life as you grow older. That’s why it’s important for you to understand how it works.
Here are some examples of how to use coins and bills together.
An app costs . Which coins can you use to pay for it?
You can use two dollars, two quarters, and two dimes.
An iPhone case is on sale for . Which bills and coins might you use to buy the cover?
A big bag of candy and two sodas costs . What bills and coins might you use to pay for this?
You can use a $ bill, a $ bill, a dollar and two dimes.
An iPhone charger costs . Which bills and coins could you use to buy the charger?
You can use a $ bill, a $ bill, two $ bills, two quarters, and four dimes.
A screen protector for an iPhone costs . What bills and coins might you use to buy the protector?
You can use a $ bill, a $ bill, a dollar, two quarters, and two dimes.
A large pizza costs , and delivery is an additional . What bills and coins can you use to pay for both combined?
Think About This
You have now learned that there are many ways to combine bills and coins to pay for something. As you become better at mental math, it will be easier for you to find different combinations.
Keep that in mind, and make sure you get really good at mental math. The best way to improve is by doing lots of arithmetic exercises.
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