3rd grade math

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use a table and play money to solve the problems. item prices: postcard($1.13), keychain($3.87), park ranger patch($5.33) and stuffed animal($8.79).

Jamie spent $5.00 on postcard and key chain, Darla sepent $9.20 on park ranger patch and key chain and Abraham had $5.10.

Who (janie, darla or abraham) could have paid for his or her purchases with 3 bills and 20 coins. how many dollar bills do the coins equal?

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    You are supposed to do this with play money.

    Jamie could have spend 5 dollars with 3 one dollar bills, and 20 dimes. Check that

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    blah you cant its just hard u know

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    98
    Buns n the packet.

    Note to friends: don't copy yo

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