What Money Can Really Do Quick Reference Answer Guide
The answers below correspond to the exercises in What Money Can Buy. The correct ones are bolded for convenience, with detailed explanations where applicable.
Annotated Answer Guide
Exercise 1: What is Money
Match the name of the coin to its picture.
How much is each coin worth?
Count the coins to figure out how many cents are in each:
Which kid has the most money? Circle the name
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