# Counting Canadian Coins (Grade 2)

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## Counting Canadian Coins

1.

What is the total of the coins?

- $0.11
- $1.01
- $1.10
- $2.01

2.

What is the total of the coins?

- $1.00
- $2.00
- $3.00
- $4.00

3.

What is the total of the coins?

- $0.20
- $0.25
- $0.30
- $0.35

4.

What is the total of the coins?

- $0.25
- $0.27
- $0.35
- $0.45

5.

What is the total of the coins?

- $1.07
- $1.25
- $2.07
- $2.25

6.

What is the total of the coins?

- $0.36
- $0.37
- $0.46
- $0.47

7.

Which addition sentence shows the total value of the coins?

- [math]$0.25 + $0.05 = $0.30[/math]
- [math]$0.25 + $0.10 = $0.35[/math]
- [math]$0.25 + $0.10 = $0.45[/math]
- [math]$0.25 + $0.05= $0.75[/math]

8.

Which addition sentence shows the total value of the coins?

- [math]$0.10 + $0.05 + $1.00= $1.15[/math]
- [math]$0.10 + $0.05 + $2.00= $2.15[/math]
- [math]$0.10 + $0.01 + $1.00= $1.11[/math]
- [math]$0.10 + $0.01 + $2.00= $2.11[/math]

9.

Which two coins equal $1.25?

10.

Which three coins equal $0.25?

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