# Money word problems - Grade 4

Use the table below to answer questions 1 to 3.

The table below shows the number of 50-paise and 20-paise coins Annie, Maya and Lily have.

 Child Number of 20-paise coins Amount Number of 50-paise coins Amount Total amount Annie 11 ₹2.20 15 ₹7.50 ₹9.70 Maya ? ₹6.00 9 ₹4.50 ₹10.50 Lily 24 ₹4.80 3 ₹1.50 ₹6.30

Q1) How many 20-paise coins does Maya have?

Ans: ________

30

Q2) How many more 50-paise coins must Lily collect so that the number of 20-paise coins she has is three times the number of 50-paise coins she has?

Ans: ________

5

Q3) Who has the least number of 20-paise and 50-paise coins?

Ans: ________

Annie

Q4) Doreen has some ₹5 and ₹10 notes.

The notes add up to ₹470 in total.

There are four more ₹5 notes than ₹10 notes.

How many ₹5 notes does Doreen have?

Ans: ________________

Doreen have 34 ₹5 notes.

Q5)  Ali and Bala have some money. If Ali gives Bala ₹50, they will have the same amount of money. How much more money does Ali have than Bala?

Ans:____________

Ali has ₹100 more than Bala.

Q6) Ken had ₹100. He bought 2 pens at ₹24.50 each and spent part of the remaining money on 3 muffins. If he had ₹11.40 left, how much did each muffin cost?

Ans:____________

Each muffin cost ₹13.20.

Q7) Aunt Susan baked 90 cupcakes. She gave 54 cupcakes to her friends.She then sold 2/3​  of the remaining cupcakes at ₹30.00 each.How much money did she receive from the sale of the cupcakes?

Ans:____________

She received ₹720 from the sale of cupcakes.

Q8) A bookstore sold 2 pens for every 1 book sold. Each book cost ₹50 and each pen cost ₹20. If the store collected ₹2160, how many pens were sold?

Ans:____________

48 pens were sold.

Q9)The table below shows part of the menu at a school canteen.

 Item Small Medium Large Ice-cream ₹0.70 ₹1.00 ₹1.50 Hash Brown ₹1.50 ₹1.80 ₹2.00 Drink ₹1.00 ₹1.20 ₹1.50

Matilda bought 1 small ice-cream, 2 medium hash brown and 1 large drink.

How much did she pay altogether?

Ans: ₹____________

5.80

Q10) Tim bought 5 bananas and 3 guavas. Each guava costs ₹25.90. Each banana cost ₹6.90 more than each guava. How much did he pay for all the bananas and guavas?

Ans:____________