Money Word Problems - Addition and Subtraction (Grade 4)

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Money Word Problems - Addition and Subtraction

1. 
Ralph has $8.75. He buys a teddy bear for $4.99 and a puzzle for $1.59. How much money does he have left?
  1. $15.33
  2. $8.75
  3. $6.58
  4. $2.17
2. 
Kim spends $6.79. Amy spends $9.33. How much more money does Amy spend than Kim?
  1. $2.46
  2. $2.54
  3. $3.54
  4. $3.56
3. 
Peter bought a notebook for $2.68 and a pen for $0.56. How much are both of the items together?
  1. $3.24
  2. $3.20
  3. $4.00
  4. $2.00
  5. $2.24
4. 
Reggie compared the prices of two radios. Brand A cost $31.47. Brand B cost $34.71. How much more does Brand B cost than Brand A?
  1. $3.24
  2. $3.26
  3. $3.34
  4. $3.36
5. 
Adam has $5.00 to buy an airplane that costs $4.28. How much change should he get back?
  1. $ 0.70
  2. $ 0.72
  3. $ 0.75
  4. $ 0.82
6. 
Jane bought a pair of socks for $1.75 and an umbrella for $2.25. What is the total cost of these two items together?
  1. $0.50
  2. $5.00
  3. $4.00
  4. $1.00
7. 
Anton purchased $16.57 of merchandise at the convenience store. He paid for his purchases with a $20 bill. What is the correct amount of change that he should have received from the cashier?
  1. $4.57
  2. $3.43
  3. $4.53
  4. $3.42
8. 
Judy's bill was $8.43. She paid with a $20.00 bill. How much money should she get back?
  1. $12.43
  2. $11.43
  3. $11.57
  4. $10.57
9. 
A store sells pens for $1.29 and paper for $1.49. Margo has $5.00. How much money will she have left if she buys paper?
  1. $3.51
  2. $4.61
  3. $4.81
  4. $6.49
10. 
Sam bought a small pizza for $5.75. Tom bought a large pizza for $7.10. How much more did Tom spend than Sam?
  1. $0.54
  2. $0.81
  3. $1.35
  4. $12.85

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