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1 MATH 3 Module 8 READING AND WRITING MONEY IN SYMBOLS THROUGH 1 000 A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development

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MATH

3 Module 8

READING AND WRITING MONEY IN SYMBOLS THROUGH 1 000

A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE Section 9 of the Presidential Decree No. 49 provides: “No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office within the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit.” This material has been developed within the Basic Education Assistance for Mindanao (BEAM) project. Prior approval must be given by the author(s) or the BEAM Project Management Unit and the source must be clearly acknowledged.

Produced by the Materials Development Center, Region XI

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To the Learner

Something to Learn

Pretest

We can read and write money in symbols. A decimal point (.) is used to separate pesos and centavos. We say “and” for the decimal point. In this lesson, you will be able to know how to read and write money in symbols through 1 000. This will teach you also how to identify the Philippine coins and ills.

Read and write money in symbols through 1000 Something To Remind You

A. Read the amount of money and write them in figure. 1. Thirty pesos and ten centavos = ___________________________ 2. Sixty-five centavos = ______________________________________ 3. Twenty-four pesos and fifty centavos = ____________________ 4. Five hundred pesos = _____________________________________ 5. One hundred ninety-five pesos = __________________________ B. Write the following in words. 1. 630.05 = ________________________________________________

2. 178.00 = ________________________________________________

3. 0.90 = ________________________________________________

4. 0.35 = ________________________________________________

5. 417.00 = ________________________________________________

P P P P P

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Let’s Study

These are Philippine coins These are Philippine bills

We can write the following Philippine coins in two ways, P – peso sign and ¢ – centavos

5sentimo 10sentimo

25 1 5 10 sentimo piso piso piso

5 5

5

5

5 10 10

10

10

10

20 20

20

20

20 50

50

50

50

50

2000 200

200

200

200

1000 1000

1000

1000

1000

100 100

100

100

100

500 500

500

500

500

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Examples:

0.05 or 5 ¢ five centavos

0.10 or 10 ¢ Ten centavos

0.25 or 25 ¢ Twenty-five centavos

0.35 or 35 ¢ Thirty-five centavos

0.70 or 70 ¢ Seventy centavos

0.95 or 95 ¢ Ninety-five centavos

0.30 or 30 ¢ Thirty centavos

0.60 or 60 ¢ Sixty centavos

0.85 or 85 ¢ Eighty-five centavos

0.40 or 40 ¢ Forty centavos

The real Philippine bills have no sign of peso ( P ). But when we

write them, it should be this way:

P 5.00 Five Pesos

P 10.00 Ten Pesos

P 20.00 Twenty Pesos

P 50.00 Fifty Pesos

P 100.00 One hundred pesos

P 200.00 Two hundred pesos

P 500.00 Five hundred pesos

P 1000.00 One thousand pesos

P P P P P P P P P P

P P P P P P P P

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Here are other examples of things with their corresponding

prices.

ruler

ball

top

eraser guava fruit milk

paper yoyo pencil

lollipop

P 3.00 P 0.50

P7.50

P550.00 P 1000.00

television set

P999.95

P 8.00

P 9.50 P 10.00

P 5.50 P 12.50 P 11.80

P 1.50

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Try This

Read the sample food in the san-san store Milk……. P 50.00 We read: Five pesos Juice…… P 5.50 We read: Five pesos and fifty centavos Puto…… P 2.00 We read: Two pesos Banana… P 1.00 We read: One peso.

Activity A - To answer this, please refer to the drawing objects.

1. How much is the price of the lollipop? _____________ 2. How about the Karaoke? ___________ 3. The price of the television set is? ________ 4. How much is the radio? ________ 5. Which is cheaper the pencil or the ruler? Why? __________ 6. What is the cost of the top? ____________ 7. What is the price of the yoyo? __________ 8. Which of them has the biggest value? ____________ 9. What is the price? __________________ 10. Which of them cost less? ___________-

Activity B - Read the amount of money and write them in figure

1. Five hundred pesos = _________________________________ 2. Ninety-eight pesos = __________________________________ 3. Sixty-three pesos and five centavos ____________________ 4. One thousand pesos = ________________________________ 5. Thirty-seven pesos and ten centavos =__________________ 6.Forty-five pesos and twenty centavos = _________________ 7. Seven hundred fifty pesos = ___________________________ 8. Eighty-eight pesos = __________________________________ 9. Two hundred fifty-eight pesos = _______________________

10. Ten pesos and sixty centavos =_________________________

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Think It Over

Remember

a. Did you answer them correctly? b. Write your score inside the heart.

* How many kinds of coins we have in the Philippines? _________ * How about Philippine bills? ______________ * What symbol are we going to use in writing money? __________

• The P is the symbol for pesos, ¢ is the symbol for

centavos. • Read the number before the decimal point (.) as

pesos • Read the decimal point (.) as “and”; and the number

after it as centavos Like this P 8.80; Eight pesos and eighty centavos

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Try This Again Match each leaf in Column A with the correct amount in column

B. Write your answer before the number. A B ______ 1. a. Ninety-six pesos

______ 2. b. Three hundred pesos

______ 3. c. Thirty-eight pesos and sixty centavos

______ 4. d. Sixty-seven pesos and thirty-five

centavos

______ 5. e. Seventy-five pesos and ten centavos

______ 6. f. One thousand pesos

______ 7. g. Twenty pesos and thirty centavos

______ 8. h. Five hundred pesos ______ 9. i. Ten pesos ______10. j. Ninety-eight pesos

If you want to know your score look at the Answer Key at the last page of this module. Then check your answers.

What is your score? Put your score inside the ribbon • You did a good job dear Learner • You deserve a ribbon for a job well done!

CONGRATULATIONS!

P 10.00

P 100.00

P 96.00

P 20.30

P 300.00

P 38.60

P 500.00

P 98.00

P 75.10

P 67.35

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Pretest A B 1. P 30.10 1. Six hundred thirty pesos and five centavos 2. P 0.65 2. One hundred seventy eighty pesos 3. P 24.50 3. Ninety centavos 4. P 500.00 4. Thirty five centavos 5. P 195.00 5. Four hundred seventeen pesos Try This Activity A Activity B 1. P 1.50 1. P 500.00 2. P 99.95 2. P 98.00 3. P 1000.00 3. P 63.05 4. P 550.00 4. P 100.00 5. Pencil is P 5.50. 5. P 37.10 6. P 10.00 6. P 45.20 7. P 12.50 7. P 750.00 8. Television set 8. P 88.00 9. P 1000.00 9. P 258.00 10. Lollipop, P 1.50 10. P 10.60 Try This Again

1. I 6. c

2. F 7. h 3. a 8. j 4. g 9. e 5. b 10. d

Pencil costs lesser than the ruler

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References Microsoft Office 2003 – Clipart Gallery Sierra On-Line, INC. – Print Artist 12

Print Artist Platinum www.macromedia.com – macromedia fireworks

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Basic Education Assistance for Mindanao (BEAM) gratefully recognizes the special people who have shared their expertise, skills, time and efforts which made the successful completion of this

Distance Learning Modules (Mathematics-Grade III), to wit:

Executive Committee

Dr. Ian D’Arcy Walsh – BEAM Australian Project Director Mrs. Susana Teresa Estigoy – BEAM Phil. Project Manager

Mr. Roger Saunders – Materials Development Adviser Mr. Ramon Bobier – Community Development Adviser

Deborah Helen Moulton – In-Service Adviser Dr. Gloria Labor – BEAM Deputy Philippine Project Manager

Mrs. Emelita Salvado – Assistance Chief, Elementary Department

The Module Writers:

Mrs. Gloria Escalante – T-2 Mrs. Zandria Sy – T-1

Mrs. Evelyn Velasco – MT-2 Mr. Delfin Enargan, Learning Area Specialist

The Access Team:

Access Program Regional Coordinators – Mrs. Rosemarie D. Yngente (GOA)

and Mrs. Helen Arancon (GOP) Project Development Officers – Mrs. Josephine K. Calag (GOP)

Genevieve Cervantes (GOA) and Angelo Delgado (GOP)

DLP Office (Digos)

Mrs. Helen A. Arancon ( ES-1) – DLP Coordinator Ms. Lareyna Hernandez(HT-1) – Illustrator

Mr. Joseph Isidro - Illustrator Mr. Aldis James Nevelle Moral(Admin. Aide) – Encoder

Mr. Danreb C. Latras – Encoder Mr. Eduard L. Pulvera – Encoder

The Materials Development Team:

Mrs. Ma Ines C. Asuncion – RXI Manager

Flordelyn A. Alagao – Project Officer/Desktop Publisher Ross Marie Mabanglo – Project Officer

Gina Lumintac – Project Assistant/Machine Operator

A special thanks goes to Mr. Alfonso G. Gomez, Jr. CESO V , Schools Division Superintendent of Digos City Division and to Dr. Angelina C. Giducos, CESO VI, Schools Division Superintendent of Davao Del Sur for

their strong leadership in providing most valuable technical support to the writers and being responsible for helping BEAM implement this Distance Learning Program.

The BEAM Management