The same amount 0 Overview Using this Resource Connecting to the Curriculum Marking Student Responses Working with Students Further Resources This task is about comparing and balancing amounts of money. Question 1Change answer Hasib's money Anna's money a) After Hasib gives Anna one coin they each have the same amount of money. Hasib's money Anna's money a) After Hasib gives Anna one coin they each have the same amount of money. Which coin did Hasib give Anna? cent coin Question 1Change answer b) Parina and Macky have the following coins. Parina Macky $2 coin $1 coin 50c coin 20c coin 10c coin $2 coin 50c coin 20c coin 10c coin After Parina gives Macky one of her coins they have the same amount of money. b) Parina and Macky have the following coins. Parina Macky $2 coin $1 coin 50c coin 20c coin 10c coin $2 coin 50c coin 20c coin 10c coin After Parina gives Macky one of her coins they have the same amount of money. Which coin did Parina give Macky? cent coin Question 1Change answer c) Keilani has $4.80 and Eru has $3.40. Keilani gives Eru some money so they both have the same amount. c) Keilani has $4.80 and Eru has $3.40. Keilani gives Eru some money so they both have the same amount. How much money did Keilani give Eru? Task administration: This task is completed with pencil and paper or online with auto-marking. Level: 3 Curriculum info: Maths, Number and Algebra, Equations and expressions Keywords: money, addition, subtraction Description of task: Students solve problems comparing and balancing amounts of money. Learning Progression FrameworksThis resource can provide evidence of learning associated with Using symbols and expressions to think mathematically, set 4 within the Mathematics Learning Progressions Frameworks.Read more about the Learning Progressions Frameworks. Answers/responses: Y6 (12/1997) a) 10c easy b) 50c moderate c) 70c moderate Diagnostic and formative information: Student response Likely calculation Likely misconception a) b) c) 20c $1.00 $1.40 90c - 70c $3.80 - $2.80 $4.80 - $3.40 Calculates twice the correct answer. Addition squares II Addition squares I Number sentences II Complete the equation Number sentences and story problems Looking at zero