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cents a small unit of money
nickel a coun that equals 5 cents
dime a coin that equals 10 cents
penny a coin that equal 1 cent; 1/100 of a dollar
quarter a count that equal 25 cents
half-dollar a coin that equals 50 cents
coins penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, dollar coin
greatest value the one that is worth the most
decimal point a point that separates dollars from cents
least value the one that is worth the least
dollar coin a coin that is worth a dollar or 100 cents
dollar bill paper money that equals 100 cents
tally mark a line that is used to record data;lines are bundled into groups of five
dollar sign a symbol that is placed before the numbers when you are writing an amount of money
estimate a number that is close to an exact answer
Created by: ShelleyQ