We included **HMH Into Math Grade 2 Answer Key PDF** **Module 7 Review **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 2 Module 7 Review Answer Key

**Vocabulary**

penny

nickel

dime

quarter

**Write the word that completes each sentence.**

Question 1.

A ___ has a value of 10¢.

Answer:

A Dime has a value of 10¢.

Question 2.

A ___ has a value of 25¢.

Answer:

A quarter has a value of 25¢.

Question 3.

A ___ has a value of 1¢.

Answer:

A penny has a value of 1¢.

Question 4.

A ___ has a value of 5¢.

Answer:

A nickel has a value of 5¢.

**Concepts and Skills**

Question 5.

Lena has 3 dimes and 3 pennies. Draw how many tens and ones. What is the total value of Lena’s coins?

____ ¢

Answer:

Lena had 33 coins.

Explanation:

Here, Lena has 3 dimes and 3 pennies. As 1 dime is 10 cents so 3 dimes are 3×10 which is 30 cents and 1 penny is 1 cent, so 3 pennies is 3 cents. So the total number of coins does Lena had is 30 cents+ 3 cents which is 33 coins.

Question 6.

Find the total value of the coins.

______

Answer:

The total value of the coins is 61 cents.

Explanation:

As there is 1 penny, 3 dimes, 1 quarter, and 1 nickel. So (1×1)+(3×10)+(1×25)+(1×5) which is 1+30+25+5 = 61 cents. So the total value of the coins is 61 cents.

**Fill in the bubble next to the correct answer.**

Question 7.

David has some coins in a coin bank. What is the total value of David’s coins?

(A) 70¢

(B) 71¢

(C) 80¢

Answer`:

70¢

Explanation:

David has 2 quarters, 1 dime and 2 nickels. So the total value of coins is (2×25)+(1×10)+(2×5)

= 50+10+10

= 70 cents.

Question 8.

How many pennies have the same total value as 1 quarter?

(A) 5 pennies

(B) 10 pennies

(C) 25 pennies

Answer:

25 pennies.

Explanation:

Here, 1 penny is 1 cent and 1 quarter is 25 cents. So 1 quarter will be 25 pennies.

Question 9.

Chris buys an orange for 60¢. Which group of coins has a total value of 60¢? Choose the two correct answers.

Answer:

Option A and option C.

Explanation:

The option A and option C are correct options. As option A has 2 quarters and 1 dime which is 60 cents and option C has 6 dimes which is 60 cents.