1) How many 20p coins do you need to make £1.00? a) 3 b) 5 c) 4 d) 2 2) If Jo had £2.10 and Jen had £1.75, how much did they have altogether? a) £3.85 b) £3.65 c) £15.00 d) £4.20 3) Cookies cost 15p each. Jason bought 5 cookies. How much money did he need? a) 15p b) 30p c) 65p d) 75p 4) What is the fewest number of coins I could use to make 67p? a) 3 b) 5 c) 4 d) 6 5) John paid for his grapes with a 5 pound note. The grapes cost £1.70. How much change did he get? a) £3.20 b) £3.30 c) £3.70 d) £4.10 6) How many different ways can 10p be made using any coins? a) 9 b) 8 c) 6 d) 11 7) How many 5 pound notes would you need to make £1000000? a) 20000 b) 200000 c) 2000 d) 20000000 8) If you bought one small replica Roman pot and one large, what would be the total cost? a) £2.50 b) £3.00 c) £1.50 d) £1.75 9) True or False? It is possible to buy a £20 coin for £20. a) TRUE b) FALSE 10) If you found a 20p coin with NO DATE it could be worth...? a) 20p b) £1.00 c) £50.00 d) £100
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