How much money is on each side of the line? Which side is easier to count? How can you arrange the money in another way to make it easier to count?
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Interested in continuing your exploration with money and coins with your students?
Dive into our 5 day problem based unit where we connect coins to decimals and fractions including adding and subtracting fractions and decimals.
4 thoughts on “Money Order”
I see that one side is not organized.
And the another side organized in nice rows.
I wonder how much money is there so there is ???
so there is 251 because look
and 1 doller.
than I plues all of them so 80+20+150+1=251.
I see that one side organized .
And the another side is not organized.
do you know that there is 251 coins because 10+10+10+10+10+10+1010=80
and 1 dollar so if you plus all of them it will equal 251. try it and when I tried it on paper it equaled 251 than I want to double check that I was right. than I used calculator and I was right.
We have 3dollars 25 cent in each side.
The right side is easier to arrange .
We can arrange the money in easiest way:
3 (25cent) in a line and 3 ( 25 cent) in the second line.
4(10cent) in a line and 4(10cent) in other line.
Then 4(5cent) in a line and a loonie.
I see 3 25 in the line and 3 25 in the second line.