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## A customer/member owes $10.51 and pays $50.00 in cash. The change due is $39.49. Provide the amount owed using the smallest number of bills

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The number is 14 bill or coins

Step-by-step explanation:The method to use the smallest number of bills and coins possible is to utilize the largest denominations possible.

The balance is $39.49

$39.49

-$20.00 ————-a $20 bill is the largest bill not larger than the total ($39.49)

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$19.49

-$10.00–a $10 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($19.49)

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$9.49

-$5.00——a $5 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($9.45)

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$4.49

-$1.00——-a $1 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($4.49)

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$3.49

-$1.00——-a $1 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($3.49)

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$2.49

-$1.00——a $1 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($2.49)

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$1.49

-$1.00——a $1 bill is the largest bill not larger than the remaining ($1.49)

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$0.49

-$0.25—- a quarter is the largest coin not larger than the remaining ($0.49)

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$0.24

-$0.10—-a dime is the largest coin not larger than the remaining ($0.24)

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$0.14

-$0.10–a dime is the largest coin not larger than the remaining($0.14)

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$0.04

– a penny, ($0.01) is the largest coin not larger than the remaining ($0.04). Here you have 4 pennies

Now you have Bill and Coin as;

1 $20 bill

1 $10 bill

1 $5 bill

4 $1 bill

1 quarter

2 dime

4 penny

14 bill or coins

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