Practice the problems of Math in Focus Grade 2 Workbook Answer Key Chapter 11 Practice 3 Real-World Problems: Money to score better marks in the exam.

## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 11 Practice 3 Answer Key Real-World Problems: Money

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Question 1.

Maddy buys a pencil for 25¢ and an eraser for 17¢. She gives the cashier 50¢. How much change does she get?

Answer: 8¢

Explanation:

Given:

Maddy buys a pencil for 25¢

Maddy buys an eraser for 17¢

So, Total amount spent will be

25¢ + 17¢ = 42¢

She gives the cashier 50¢

Then the total change she has to get will be

50¢ – 42¢ = 8¢

Question 2.

The Lesters have $600. They spent $110 on food and $97 on electricity. How much do they have left?

Answer: $393

Explanation:

Given:

Amount spent on food = $110

Amount spent on electricity = $97

Total amount spent will be

$110 + $97 = $207

total amount Lester’s left with would be

$600 – $207 = $393

Question 3.

Walter buys a notebook for 50¢. He buys another notebook that costs 12¢ more. How much does Walter pay in all?

Answer:62¢

Explanation:

Given:

Cost for the first book = 50¢

Cost for the second book = 12¢

Total amount that Walter must pay will be

50¢ + 12¢ = 62¢

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Question 4.

Tyler buys a book and a pen. How much does he spend?

Answer:$1.80

Explanation:

Given:

Amount spent on pen = $1

Amount spent on book = 80¢

80¢ = $0.80

then we get

$1 + $0.80 = $1.80

Question 5.

Rosie buys a teddy bear. Pamela buys a pencil sharpener. How much do they spend?

Answer:

Explanation:

Given:

Amount spent on Teddy bear = 95¢

Amount spent on Sharpener = 65¢

Total amount they both combinedly spent will be

95¢ + 65¢ = 160¢

Question 6.

How much more is a pen than a pencil sharpener?

Answer: 35¢

Explanation:

Given:

$1 =100¢

so

100¢ – 65¢ =35¢

Question 7.

Jessie has a dollar bill and a quarter. She wants to buy a teddy bear and a book.

a. Does she have enough money?

Answer: No

Explanation:

Given:

Jessie has a dollar bill and a quarter

that is $1= 100¢

And a quarter = 25¢

100¢ + 25¢ = 125¢

which is not enough

b. If not, how much more does she need?

Answer: 50¢ more

Explanation:

Given:

Jessie has a dollar bill and a quarter

that is $1= 100¢

And a quarter = 25¢

100¢ + 25¢ = 125¢

But for teddy and book she needs

95¢ + 80¢ = 175¢

so

175¢ – 150¢ = 50¢ more is needed

Question 8.

Henry has a $10 bill. He buys a teddy bear, a book, and a pen. How much does he have left?

Answer: $7 and 25¢

Explanation:

Given:

Amount for teddy bear = 95¢

Amount for book = 80¢

Amount for pen = $1 =100¢

100¢ + 80¢ + 95¢ = 275¢

$10 = 1000¢

so

1000¢ -275¢ =$7 and 25¢