Rupees and Paise deals with the concept of money. This chapter have exercises on adding and subtracting amounts, converting rupee to paise, rate charts and bills. The solutions for Math-Magic Chapter-14 have been created and verified by our experienced subject matter experts, according to the CBSE syllabus and guidelines of NCERT. For practice, our subject matter experts have created very interactive, activity-based, and Image-based worksheets on these topics to enhance learning Download Chapter 14 Rupees and Paise in PDF format for free here.

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Question 1 :

Use notes and coins to show the following amounts of money (You can also keep some money in the purse you had made).

a. 4 rupees 75 paise

b. 78 rupees

c. 130 rupees

d. 8 rupees 75 paise

e. 53 rupees

Answer :

Answers may vary. You can show the given amount by combining different notes and coins. Sample answers are:

a. Use four 1-rupee notes, one 50-paise coin, and one 25- paise coin to show 4 rupees 75 paise.

b. Use one 50-rupee note, one 20-rupee note, one 5-rupee note, one 2- rupee note, and one 1-rupee note to show 78 rupees.

c. Use one 100-rupee note, one 20-rupee note, and one 10-rupee note to show 130 rupees.

d. Use one 5-rupee note, one 2-rupee note, one 1-rupee note, one 50- paise coin, and one 25-paise coin to show 8 rupees 75 paise.

e. Use one 50-rupee note, one 2-rupee note, and one 1-rupee note to show 53 rupees.

Question 2 :

Write the amounts of money shown by the notes and coins around yourself

a

b

c

d

Answer :

a.

Notes and Coins |
Number of Notes and Coins |
Amount |

50-rupee | 1 | 50-rupee |

20-rupee | 1 | 20-rupee |

2-rupee | 3 | 3 × 2 = Rs 6 |

25-paisa | 3 | 3 × 25 =75 paise |

Hence, the total amount shown is: Rs 50 + Rs 20 + Rs 6 + 75 Paisa = Rs 76 and 75 paise

b. 100 paise = 1 rupee

Notes and Coins |
Number of Notes and Coins |
Amount |

20-rupee | 1 | Rs 20 |

2-rupee | 5 | 2 × 5 = Rs 10 |

1-rupee | 1 | 2 × 5 = Rs 10 |

50-paisa | 7 | 50 × 7 = 350 = Rs 3 and 50 paise |

25-paisa | 5 | 5 × 25 = 125 = Rs 1 and 25 paise |

Hence, the total amount shown is:

Rs 20 + Rs10 + Rs 1 + Rs 3 + Rs 1 + 50 paise + 25 Paise

= Rs 35 and 75 paise

c. 100 paise = 1 rupee

Notes and Coins |
Number of Notes and Coins |
Amount |

Rs 500 | 1 | Rs 500 |

Rs 100 | 1 | Rs 100 |

Rs 50 | 1 | Rs 50 |

Rs 10 | 1 | Rs 10 |

Rs 5 | 2 | 5 × 2 = Rs 10 |

Rs 2 | 3 | 2 × 3 = Rs 6 |

Rs 1 | 2 | 1 × 2 = Rs 2 |

50-paisa | 7 | 7 × 50 = 350 = Rs 3 and 50 paise |

25- paisa | 11 | 11 × 25 = 275 = Rs 2 and 75 paise |

Hence, the total amount shown is:

Rs 500 + Rs 100 + Rs 50 + Rs 10 + Rs 10 + Rs 6 + Rs 2 + Rs 3 + Rs 2 + 50 paise + 75 paise

= Rs 683 and 125 paise

= Rs 684 and 25 paise

d.

Notes and Coins |
Number of Notes and Coins |
Amount |

Rs 100 | 1 | Rs 100 |

Rs 50 | 1 | Rs 50 |

Rs 10 | 1 | Rs 10 |

Rs 5 | 2 | 2 × 5 = Rs 10 |

Rs 2 | 2 | 2 × 2 = Rs 4 |

Rs 1 | 3 | 3 ×1 = Rs 3 |

25-Paisa | 1 | 25-Paisa |

Hence, the total amount shown is:

Rs 100 + Rs 50 + Rs 10 + Rs 10 + Rs 4 + Rs 3 + 25 paise

= Rs 177 and 25 paise

Question 1 :

Can you see a pattern in the way each block is repeated?Without using a pencil or paper, find out the cost of:

a. One ball and one toy car Rs ______

b. One notebook and two pencils Rs_______

c. Two bananas and a glass of milk Rs _______

d. One doll and a ball Rs________

e. One glass of lemon juice and a packet of biscuits Rs ________