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### Grade 2 - Mathematics3.6 Counting Coins

 Counting Coins Facts: 1 penny = 1 cent 1 nickel = 5 cents 1 dime = 10 cents 1 quarter = 25 cents 1 dollar = 100 cents Look at the question. q represents quarter = 25 cents, d represents dime = 10, n represents nickel = 5, p represents penny = 1 Calculate the amount for quarters, dimes, nickles and dimes Add the sum Example: q q q p p p n n In the above there are 3 quarters, 3 pennies, 2 nickels 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75 cents 2 pennies = 2 cents 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10 cents Hence on adding we get 75+2+10 = 87 cents Answer: 87 Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least 20 examples of your own.
 Q 1: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q n n n n n p61 cents51 cents56 cents Q 2: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q q q n p p p83 cents88 cents93 cents Q 3: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q q q p p p p p70 cents75 cents80 cents Q 4: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): d d d d n n p p p 45 cents63 cents53 cents Q 5: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q q d d p p67 cents82 cents72 cents Q 6: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q q d n n n p86 cents96 cents76 cents Q 7: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q d n n n45 cents50 cents55 cents Q 8: Count the following coins (q=quarter; d=dime; n=nickel; p=penny): q d d d d n n85 cents80 cents75 cents Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!