# Lesson Worksheet: Calculating Change: Pounds and Pence Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice calculating the amount of change received using the fact that 100 pence equals one pound.

Q1:

Isabella buys some fruits. The fruits cost £12 and ‏76p. Isabella buys with a £20 note. Use the given part-whole model to find how much change she gets. • A
• B and ‏
• C‏ and
• D and ‏

Q2:

Michael has the amount of money shown and he buys a cupcake. How much money does he have left? • A£5 and ‏46p
• B£4
• C54p
• D£4 and ‏54p

Q3:

Ethan buys a cap. He pays for it with a 10-pound note. Using the number line below, find how much change he gets. • A£4 70p
• B£16 30p
• C£3 70p
• D£4 30p

Q4:

Jackson bought some erasers. They cost him £2 and 27p, and he paid £5. How much money should he get back?

• A£2 and 63p
• B£3 and 73p
• C£3 and 63p
• D£2 and 73p

Q5:

Charlotte and her son Anthony are in the bakery. Charlotte buys a cupcake for £1 and 20p, a bread roll for 98p, and a loaf of bread for £1 and 79p. She pays with £5. How much change does she get? • A£1 and 11p
• B£1 and 3p
• C£3 and 97p
• D£2 and 82p

Q6:

Michael wants to buy the beach ball shown. He pays £5. • A£4 and 63p
• B£3 and 73p
• C£3 and 63p
• D£4 and 73p

Q7:

Amelia used £20 to buy a bag of candy that cost her £8 and 45p.

Find the amount of change that she received.

• A£12 and 45p
• B£12 and 55p
• C£11 and 45p
• D£11 and 55p

Q8:

Madison has £10. She buys a book that costs £7 and 45p. How much change does she get? • A£3 and 55p
• B£2 and 55p
• C£2 and 45p
• D£3 and 45p

Q9:

James buys some candy that costs £8 and 45p. He pays £10. Find how much change he gets. • A£2 and 45p
• B£2 and 55p
• C£1 and 55p
• D£1 and 45p

Q10:

Madison bought medicine from a pharmacy.

The medicine cost £17 and 45p. She paid with a 20-pound note.

How much change did she receive? • A£2 and 45p
• B£2 and 55p
• C£3 and 55p
• D£3 and 45p