Kim gives $7.15 to Erin. If Kim started with $27.00, how much money does she have left?

After buying some Skittles for $68.00, Harry has $50.74 left. How much money did Harry have to begin with?

Oscar has $52.00 and Sam has $39.26. How much money do they have together?

After buying some bottle caps for $14.00, Merri has $4.61 left. How much money did Merri have to begin with?

Jayden starts with $7.09 and spends $6.00 on bananas. How much money does Jayden have left?

After buying some blocks for $20.85, Nandita has $8.17 left. How much money did Nandita have to begin with?

Lila has $54.45 and Rohan has $43.65. How much money do they have together?

After buying some oranges for $87.05, Layla has $7.34 left. How much money did Layla have to begin with?

Ollie has $90.00 and Tilly has $55.95. How much more does Ollie have than Tilly?

Duncan has $80.00 and Jason has $29.65. How much more does Duncan have than Jason?

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Information on money in East Timor sent through by Andy (Sam’s dad)

Adding money – this is one of my favourite topics as I am an accountant. So adding money is my job!

Over here in East Timor money is an interesting topic. They don’t have their own currency like we do in Australia – Australian dollars. They use the US dollar and the same notes as they use in the USA. Some other countries also do this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_use_of_the_US_dollar#Dollarization_and_fixed_exchange_rates

East Timor is one of the few countries that use US dollar notes, but not US coins. The coins here are called centavos, instead of cents. One hundred centavos equal 1 dollar so they work the same as cents. But what’s interesting is that last month a new centavo coin was introduced. Its 100 centavos so its worth the same amount as the US 1 dollar notes. The 100 centavo coins and the US 1 dollar notes are both used now. http://www.bancocentral.tl/Download/Announcement/Media_Realease_%20100%20Centavos_En.pdf

I think its the only place in the world where this has happened.

The new coin was introduced because the US 1 dollar notes get worn and dirty very quickly. Some of them are quite disgusting. I’m glad they’ve brought in the new coins.

Adding money – this is one of my favourite topics as I am an accountant. So adding money is my job!

Over here in East Timor money is an interesting topic. They don’t have their own currency like we do in Australia – Australian dollars. They use the US dollar and the same notes as they use in the USA. Some other countries also do this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_use_of_the_US_dollar#Dollarization_and_fixed_exchange_rates

East Timor is one of the few countries that use US dollar notes, but not US coins. The coins here are called centavos, instead of cents. One hundred centavos equal 1 dollar so they work the same as cents. But what’s interesting is that last month a new centavo coin was introduced. Its 100 centavos so its worth the same amount as the US 1 dollar notes. The 100 centavo coins and the US 1 dollar notes are both used now. http://www.bancocentral.tl/Download/Announcement/Media_Realease_%20100%20Centavos_En.pdf

I think its the only place in the world where this has happened.

The new coin was introduced because the US 1 dollar notes get worn and dirty very quickly. Some of them are quite disgusting. I’m glad they’ve brought in the new coins.