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# Second Grade (Grade 2) Money (USA) Questions

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Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
John has the coins shown.

His brother then gives him 1 dime. How much total money does John now have?
1. 82 cents
2. 67 cents
3. 62 cents
4. 57 cents
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
What is the amount of money shown?

1. $0.89 2.$0.90
3. $0.88 4.$0.91
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
A soda costs $0.86. Darren pays with a$1 bill. Which set of coins should he get in change?
1. 2 dimes
2. 1 dime, 1 nickel
3. 1 dime, 1 nickel, 4 pennies
4. 1 dime, 4 pennies
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
Kay bought a sandwich for $2.45. She paid for it with three$1 bills. Which set of coins should she get in change?
1. 2 quarters, 1 nickel
2. 4 dimes, 1 nickel
3. 2 quarters, 4 nickels
4. 2 quarters, 1 dime
Grade 2 Money (USA)
Count the coin values displayed below and choose the correct total.
1. 12 cents
2. 17 cents
3. 25 cents
4. 27 cents
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
How much money is pictured?
1. 77 cents
2. 85 cents
3. 75 cents
4. 1 dollar
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
How much money is shown?

1. $0.20 2.$0.25
3. $0.30 4.$0.35
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
How much money is pictured?

1. 23 cents
2. 32 cents
3. 42 cents
4. 24 cents
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
If you have 5 dollars, 4 dimes and 2 pennies, how much money do you have?
1. $5.23 2.$5.42
3. $5.10 4.$6.40
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
You count by 5s when you count nickel values.
1. True
2. False
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
A cupcake costs 65 cents. Josie pays with 3 quarters. How much change should Josie get back?
1. 35 cents
2. 15 cents
3. 5 cents
4. 10 cents
Grade 2 Money (USA)
I have this much money.

Which answer choice shows the same amount of money?
Grade 2 Money (USA)
I have this much money.

Which answer choice shows the same amount of money?
Grade 2 Money (USA)
What is the value of this coin?
1. 25¢
2. 10¢
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
A stuffed snowman costs $9.85$. Ben buys the snowman with a 10-dollar bill. Which coins show the amount of change Ben should get back?
Grade 2 Money (USA)
Look at the coins. How many are pennies?

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
Grade 2 Money (USA)
John bought a large drink for $2.25. He bought a bag of popcorn for$1.00. How much did John spend in all?
1. $3.25 2.$1.25
3. $1.00 4.$2.00
Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
Is a penny is worth $0.01? 1. Yes 2. No Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8 Which coins have the same value as 1 nickel? 1. 5 pennies 2. 10 pennies 3. 25 pennies Grade 2 Money (USA) CCSS: 2.MD.C.8 It costs$2.00 per person to watch the fireworks show. Mark pays with a 5-dollar bill. How much change should Mark get back?
1. $1.00 2.$2.00
3. $3.00 4.$4.00
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