Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to solve word problems involving money.
Topic E: Money Amounts as Decimal Numbers
Common Core Standards: 4.MD.2,
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NYS Common Core Grade 4 Module 6, Lesson 16
Lesson 16 Concept Development
Miguel had 1 dollar bill, 2 dimes, and 7 pennies. John had 2 dollar bills, 3 quarters, and 9 pennies. How much
money did the two boys have in all?
Suilin needed 7 dollars 13 cents to buy a book. In her wallet, she found 3 dollar bills, 4 dimes, and 14 pennies.
How much more money does Suilin need to buy the book?
Vanessa has 6 dimes and 2 pennies. Joachim has 1 dollar, 3
dimes, and 5 pennies. Jimmy has 5 dollars and 7 pennies. They
want to put their money together to buy a game that costs
$8.00. Do they have enough money to buy the game? If not,
how much more money do they need?
A pen costs $2.29. A calculator costs 3 times as much as a pen. How much do a pen and a calculator cost
Lesson 16 Homework
Use the RDW process to solve. Write your answer as a decimal.
1. Maria had 2 dollars, 3 dimes, and 4 pennies. Lisa had 1 dollar and 5 quarters. How much money did the
two girls have in all?
3. Joe had 5 dimes and 4 pennies. Jamal had 2 dollars, 4 dimes, and 5 pennies. Jimmy had 6 dollars and 4
dimes. They wanted to put their money together to buy a book that costs $10.00. Did they have
enough? If not, how much more did they need?
5. Carlos has 8 dollars and 48 cents. Alissa has 4 dollars and 14 cents. How much money does Carlos need
to give Alissa so that each of them has the same amount of money?
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