Lesson Worksheet: Equal Amounts Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using one riyal, two riyals, five riyals, and ten riyals to represent the same amounts of money.


Fawaz and Osama have the amounts of money shown.

How much money does Fawaz have?

How much money does Osama have?

Do they have the same amount of money?

  • AYes
  • BNo


Two students, Naser and Fawaz, were asked to choose the group that is equivalent to 41 riyals. Naser chose group A, and Fawaz chose group B.

Who chose the correct group?

  • ANaser
  • BFawaz


True or False: The two amounts of money shown are equal to each other.

  • AFalse
  • BTrue


Do Joury and Osama have the same amount of money?

  • AYes
  • BNo


How many 5-riyal notes are equal to a 10-riyal note?

  • ATwo 5 riyal notes.
  • BFive 5 riyal notes.
  • CTwo 10 riyal notes.


How many 2-riyal coins are equal to a 10-riyal note?

  • A2 two-riyal coins
  • B10 two-riyal coins
  • C5 two-riyal coins


Which of the following is equal to the amount shown?

  • A
  • B
  • C


Ghena has 60 riyals. Which of the following shows the amount of money she has?

  • A
  • B
  • C


Which of the following is the same as 15 riyals?

  • AA 10-riyal note and a 5-riyal note
  • BThree 10-riyal notes
  • CFour 5-riyal notes
  • DA 10-riyal note and two 5-riyal notes

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