Agent Pincher: The Case of the Missing Susan B. Anthony Dollar
Students identify advantages and disadvantages of using a barter system, explain the four characteristics of money, consider items that might be used as money, identify the functions of money, and use knowledge to solve mystery of unused coins.
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