**1. Which one of the following has the most value?**

a)

b)

c)

d)

**Answer:** b) $20

**Explanation:** When comparing the value of different amounts of money, $20 has the highest denomination among the given choices.

**2. How much does Maxwell need to buy the following toys?
**

a) $50

b) $60

c) $80

d) $100

**Answer:** d) $100

**Explanation:** Maxwell would need $100 to buy both the $30 teddy bear and the $70 car toys.

**3. Sofia has 2 notes of $50. How much money she has?**

a) $100

b) $150

c) $200

d) $250

**Answer:** a) $100

**Explanation:** To determine how much money she has, we can multiply the value of each note by the number of notes:

2 (notes) x $50 = $100

Therefore, Sofia has $100.

**4. Which coin has the highest value?**

a) Penny

b) Nickel

c) Dime

d) Quarter

**Answer:** d) Quarter

**Explanation:** 1 penny = 1 cent

1 nickel = 5 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

Thus, Quarter has the highest value.

**5. Jenny's mother's purse contains one $20 note, two $10 notes and two $5 notes. What is the total value of the money in the purse?**

a) $20

b) $30

c) $40

d) $50

**Answer:** d) $50

**Explanation:** To calculate the total value of the money in the purse, we add up the values of each note:

$20 (1 note) + $10 (2 notes) + $5 (2 notes) = $20 + $20 + $10 = $50

Therefore, the total value of the money in the purse is $50.

**1. Robert wants to purchase a toy car for $50. Which option will he choose?**

a)

b)

c)

d)

**Answer:** d)

**2. What is the total cost of purchasing 1 toy and 2 ice-cream if the toy costs $10.40 and each ice-cream costs $2.30?**

a) $15

b) $20

c) $25

d) $30

**Answer:** a) $15

**3. What is the combined cost of purchasing a toffee and a chocolate if toffee costs $1.10 and chocolate costs $2.90?**

a) $4

b) $5

c) $6

d) $7

**Answer:** a) $4

**4. If a man purchases a t-shirt for $80.25 and pants for $120.75, what will be the total amount he needs to pay?**

a) $150

b) $160

c) $170

d) $201

**Answer:** d) 201

**5. What is the value of 2 dimes?**

a) 5 cents

b) 20 cents

c) 10 cents

d) 2 cents

**Answer:** b) 20 cents

**6. How many nickels make 10 cents?**

a) 5

b) 10

c) 2

d) 20

**Answer:** c) 2

**7. How much are 3 quarters?**

a) 75 cents

b) 25 cents

c) 30 cents

d) 3 cents

**Answer:** a) 75 cents

**8. What will be the total cost of the given items?**

a) $20

b) $25

c) $30

d) $35

**Answer:** c) $30

**9. If the cost of 1 chocolate is $1.20, what is the cost of 5 such chocolates?**

a) $3

b) $4

c) $5

d) $6

**Answer:** d) $6

**10. Robert purchases balloons, cold drinks and pizza for $110, $1.50 and $50.50, respectively, to organize a party. What is the total amount of money he spent?**

a) $162

b) $172

c) $180

d) $198

**Answer:** a) $162

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