Money!!!!!! by Vanessa Gallardo

Numbers

● 1= one ● 10= ten ● 100= a/one hundred ● 1.000= a/one thousand ● 10.000= ten thousand ● 100.000= a/one hundred thousand ● 1.000.000= a million ● 1.999= one thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine

United States ● One Cent - 1/100 of a Dollar, also called a Penny ● Five Cents - 5/100 of a Dollar, also called a Nickel ● Ten Cents - 10/100 of a Dollar, also called a Dime ● Twenty Five Cents - 25/100 of a Dollar (aka 1/4, or Quarter Dollar) ● Fifty Cents - 50/100 of a Dollar (aka 1/2, or Half Dollar) ● One Dollar - 100/100, 1 full Dollar ● One Dollar - 100/100, 1 full Dollar

American Coins

American bill

British ● One Pence - 1/100 of a Pound ● Two Pence - 2/100 of a Pound ● Five Pence - 5/100 of a Pound ● Ten Pence - 10/100 of a Pound ● Twenty Pence - 20/100 of a Pound ● Fifty Pence - 50/100 of a Pound (1/2, or Half Pound) ● One Pound - 100/100, 1 full Pound ● Two Pounds- 200/100, 2 full Pounds

British coins

British note

Chilean ● One Peso - (1 Peso) ● Five Pesos - (5 Pesos) ● Ten Pesos - (10 Pesos) ● Fifty Pesos - (50 Pesos) ● One Hundred Pesos - (100 Pesos) ● Five Hundred Pesos - (500 Pesos)

Chilean coins

Chilean Bill or note

How much is it? â&#x2014;? \$ 379.990 = three hundred seventy-nine thousand nine hundred ninety

How much is it? â&#x2014;? \$ 12.320 = twelve thousand three hundred twenty

Currency
Currency

This presentation will help to identify the differents currencies in three differents places