Worksheet Solution: Money

# Worksheet Solution: Money Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 5 - Class 5

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Question 1: Write in the short form:

• 80 paise = ₹ 0.80
• 70 rupees 5 paise ₹ 70.05

Question 2: Convert into paise:

• 15 rupees = 1500 paise
• ₹ 0.95 = 95 paise

• ₹ 56.40 – ₹ 27.35 ₹29.05
• ₹ 8.50 + ₹ 9.10 = ₹17.60

• ₹ 72.40 and ₹ 36.70 = ₹109.10
• ₹ 315.75, ₹ 45.90 and ₹ 56.95 = ₹418.6
• ₹ 40.35, ₹ 65.45 and ₹ 105.05 = ₹210.85

Question 5: Subtract:

• ₹ 35.32 from ₹ 51.20 =  15.88
• ₹ 182.35 from ₹ 206.75 = ₹ 24.4
• ₹ 106.05 from ₹ 190.32 = ₹ 84.27

Question 6: Multiply:

• ₹ 4032 × 20 = ₹ 80640
• ₹ 3120 × 18 = ₹ 56160
• ₹ 999.90 × 9 = ₹ 8999.1

Question 7: Divide:

• ₹ 8464.50 ÷ 9 ₹ 940.5
• ₹ 8222.40 ÷ 18 = ₹ 456.8
• ₹ 1752.80 ÷ 14 = ₹ 125.2

Question 8: Prices of items in a general store are given below:

using the list prepare a bill or each of the following purchases:

• 2 kg atta, 1 litre refined oil, 200 g soap, 1 kg sugar, 200 g namkeen.
= 14 + 14 + 65 + 21.50 + 14 =  ₹ 128.50
• 4 kg rice, 2 kg daal chana), 1 kg sugar, 2 packets of biscuits, 1 litre refined oil, 150 g face cream.
= 18 + 18 + 18 + 18 + 30 + 30 + 21.50 + 12 + 12 + 65 + 26.50 =  ₹ 269
• 3 kg rice, 1 kg daal chana, 1 kg daal moong, 1 kg salt, 2 packets of biscuits.
= 18 + 18 + 18 + 30 + 8.50 + 12 + 12 = ₹ 116.5

Question 9: I have a 50-rupee note. I bu an ice-cream for ₹ 15.75 and a chocolate for ₹ 18.30. How much do I have left with me?

Spent on Icecream = ₹ 15.75

Spent on chocolate = ₹ 18.30

Total money spent =  ₹ 15.75 + ₹ 18.30 = 34.05

Money left = 50.00 - 34.05 =  ₹15.95

Question 10: Mona purchased a ribbon for ₹ 15.75, some nailpolish for ₹ 32.40 and bangles for ₹ 40.20. She gave a 100-rupee note to the shopkeeper.  How much mone did she get back?

Spent on ribbon =  ₹ 15.75

Spent on Nailpolish =  ₹ 32.40

Spent on bangles = ₹ 40.20

Total money spent = ₹ 15.75 +  ₹ 32.40 + ₹ 40.20 =  ₹88.17

Money left =  ₹ 100 - 88.17 =  ₹18.86

• ₹ 137.45 + ₹ 38.96 + ₹ 45.24 =  ₹221.65
• ₹ 1629.45 + ₹ 459.23 + ₹ 385.09 = ₹2473.77

Question 12: Subtract the following:

• ₹ 784.98 – ₹ 35.65 = ₹749.33
• ₹ 765.95 – ₹ 395.98 = ₹369.97
• ₹ 739.94 – ₹ 364.73 = ₹375.21

Question 13: Multiply:

• ₹ 525.25 by 6 = ₹1575.75
• ₹ 975.12 by 6 = ₹5850.72
• ₹ 67.86 by 7 = ₹475.02

Question 14: Divide:

• ₹ 96.36 by 3 = ₹32.12
• ₹ 533.35 by 5 = ₹106.67
• ₹ 211.84 by 4 = ₹52.96

Question 15: Make out a bill for the following purchases:

• Rice ₹ 16.00, Refined oil — ₹ 55.50,  Sugar ₹ 17.50, Soap ₹ 9.25, Toothpaste ₹ 18.50.
₹ 16.00 + ₹ 55.50 + ₹ 17.50 + ₹ 9.25 + ₹ 18.50 = 116.75
• Aksha bought a fountain pen for ₹ 11.25 and a ball-point pen for ₹ 5.00. He gave a twenty -rupee note to the shopkeeper. How much money should he get back?
Aksha bought a fountain pen for = ₹ 11.25
Aksha bought a ball-point pen for = ₹ 5.00.
Total money spent =  ₹ 11.25 + ₹ 5.00 = 16.25
Money he gets back = 20 - 16.25 = 3.75
• Bhaskar has bought a notebook for ₹ 8.50 and a ball pen for ₹ 4.25. He has onl a ten rupee note. B how much is he running short?
Bhaskar has bought a notebook for = ₹ 8.50
Bhaskar has bought a ball pen for = ₹ 4.25
Total money =  ₹12.75
Money he has =  ₹10
Money he is running short of = 12.75 - 10 = ₹ 2.75

Question 16: In short form 12 rupees 5 paise can be written as 12.05.

Question 17: ₹ 118.05 = 118 rupees 5 paise.

Question 18: How many 5-rupee notes can be exchanged for a 1000-rupee note?  ______.

1000/5 = 200

Question 19: ₹ 25.40 + ₹ 15.60 = ₹ 41.

Question 20: 650 rupees 90 paise = ₹ 650.90.

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