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|Questions 1 to 3 assess skills in applying operations to money with decimals.
1. Steven has $45.10 cents in one savings account, $140.97 in his checking account, and $200.45 cents in cash. How much total money does Steven have? Steven has a total of $386.52.
2. Carlo has $500.25 and his sister has $475.88. How much less money does Carlo’s sister have than him? Carlo’s sister has $24.37 less than Carlo.
3. Chase buys 5 new video games at $15.10 each. How much total money did Chase spend? Chase spent $75.50 in total.
|Questions 4 to 6 assess multi-step money problem solving skills.
4. Johnny spends $5.25 on candy, $4.75 on soda, and $7.50 on DVD rentals. If he starts his evening with $20, how much money does he have left?
5. Mr. Stalk wants to buy new books for his class library. Five students donated $2.50 each. If he splits that money between two genres (fiction and non-fiction), how much money does he have to spend on each genre?
6. Jose has $125.99 left over from his holiday money. He buys three DVDs that cost 10.25 each. How much money does Jose have after buying the DVDs?
Jose has $95.24 after buying the DVDs.
|Questions 7 to 8 assess skills in solving money word problems with fractions.
8. Trisha’s mother agrees to help her buy a new computer. The laptop she wants costs $810.50. If Trisha’s mother pays for ½, how much does Trisha need to pay?
Trisha needs to pay $405.25.
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