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- 1. October 09, 2009 816 What is total holding capacity of the jar? What is the currency of the coins? Does it matter how many pennies there are? What is the total of the money in the jar? What is the most common coin in the jar? Is it only American currency in the jar? What graph would be the best to display the data? What is the money going to be used for? What is the oldest coin in the jar? How long did it take to fill the jar? Has the money been spent before? What is the volume of the jar? What are the diameters of the coins? How many times has the jar been filled? What is its purpose? If you put one coin a day in ... how long till jar is filled? How many coins are in the jar? How full is the jar? How much does the jar weigh? If you were to separate the coins into groups. Which group has the most coins or the highest value? What are the dimensions of the jar? $100 in the Jar.... How much money is in half a jar? How many coins did it take to make $100? How would you group the coins for $100? Compared to your estimate How close were you to the $100? What is the most common coin in the jar?
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- 3. October 09, 2009 If it was on a bar graph which coin would appear the most and which would show the least? Are the coins Canadian Currency? How much money do the coins add up to? How many coins are in the jar? What is the size of the jar? (Diameter, height and circumference?) How much do the coins all together weigh? Are there loonies and toonies in the jar? How many more coins would it take to fill up the jar? What colour of coin shows up the most? How much space do the pennies take up in the jar? What is the diameter of each coin in the jar? What are they using the coins for? What is the biggest coin? Why are the coins in a jar? How many nickels are in the jar? If the coins were stacked how tall would the stack be? If you added up all the coins and divided by the number of coins how much would it equal? What is the total of all coins in Canadian Currency? If the coins were Canadian how much more would the jar fill up? Do all coins add up to more than $20? What is the percentage of the different coins? $100 How many pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters are in the jar? What is the value of each type of coin in the jar? How many different ways can you get $100? (Now think Canadian) How much is $100 American in Canadian $$ more or less? If you share the $$ with 10 people how much does everyone get? Would the jar look the same if the jar was Canadian? 817
- 4. October 09, 2009 How much money did it take to fill the jar up? How many more coins will it take to fill the jar up? How big is the jar? Are there any chocolate coins in there? Is there enough $ to buy Juicy fruit? How many pennies, nickels, dimes, loonies quarters and toonies are in the jar? If you dropped the coins into the jar one at a time how long would it take to fill up the jar? How many coins are in the jar? Are there any coins from 1950 in the jar? Does the jar hold $100? How much does the jar weigh with coins in it? How much would this jar be worth in Canadian Currency? How long did it take to fill the jar? Who put the money in the jar? What currency are the coins? What would be different if you changed the container? If the jar was filled with Canadian money. Would you need more coins? How much is that jar worth in Canadian Currency? If there was a jar of Canadian $$ beside the American$$ would they be filled to the same level? How many rolls of coins of each type did the bank give to make the $100. Would the jar weigh the same if there were $100 Canadian in coins in the jar? Of which coin do we have the most of in the jar? What is the value of the Pennies, Nickels, dimes, quarters in the jar. What combination of rolls of $$ made up the jar? What combination of $$ can be made in Canadian Coin?

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