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#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $5 bills do you think you'd need? $16.67

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 1 $1— 1

$0.25— 2 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 2

You can see that you would use 1 $5 bill.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $20 bills do you think you'd need? $59.98

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 2 $10— 1 $5— 1 $1— 4

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 2 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 3

You can see that you would use 2 $20 bills.

(The option to use $50 bills will not be given on this test.)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many pennies do you think you'd need? $18.04

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 1 $1— 3

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 4

You can see that you would use 4 pennies ($0.01 each)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $10 bills do you think you'd need? $21.47

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 1 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 1

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 2 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 2

You can see that you would use 0 $10 bills.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $10 bills do you think you'd need? $34.97

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 1

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 1

You can see that you would use 1 $5 bill.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $20 bills do you think you'd need? $12.80

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 2

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 0 $20 bills.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many nickles do you think you'd need? $7.55

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 2

$0.25— 2 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 1 nickel ($0.05)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many quarters do you think you'd need? $33.75

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 1 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 3

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 3 quarters ($0.25 each)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $20 bills do you think you'd need? $46.90

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 2 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 1

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 2 $20 bills

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $1 bills do you think you'd need? $23.03

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 1 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 3

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 3

You can see that you would use 3 $1 bills.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many $5 bills do you think you'd need? $15.21

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 1 $1— 0

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 2 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 1

You can see that you would use 1 $5 bill.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of notes and coins. How many bills do you think you'd need? $40.10

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 2 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 0

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 0 pennies ($0.01)

#### Find the simplest way to make this amount of change with the fewest bills and coins possible. How many quarters do you think you'd use? $25.45

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 1 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 0

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 2 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 1 quarter ($0.25)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many $1 bills do you think you'd need? $14.80

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 4

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 4 $1 bills.

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many $20 dollars do you think you'd need? $88.30

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 4 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 3

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 4 $20 bills

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many dimes do you think you'd use? $60.50

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 3 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 0

$0.25— 2 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 0 dimes ($0.10)

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many nickels do you think you'd need? $1.25

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 1

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 0 nickels ($0.05 each).

#### Determine the simplest way to make this quantity of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many dimes do you think you'd use? $13.35

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 3

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 1 dime ($0.10 each).

#### Determine the smallest number of bills and coins that can be used to make this amount of change. How many quarters do you think you'd use? $42.94

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 2 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 2

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 4

You can see that you would use 3 $0.25 quarters.

#### Determine the smallest number of bills and coins that can be used to make this amount of change. How many pennies do you think you'd use? $3.05

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 3

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 0 $0.01 pennies

#### Determine the easiest way to make this amount of change using the least amount of bills and coins. How many quarters do you think you'll need? $20.90

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 1 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 0

$0.25— 3 $0.10— 1 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 3 quarters ($0.25 each).

#### Determine the smallest number of notes and coins required to create this amount of change. How many $20 dollars do you think you'd need? $91.40

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 4 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 1

$0.25—* 1 **$0.10— 1 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 4 $20 bills.

#### Determine the lowest amount of bills and coins that can be used to make this amount of change. How many $1 bills do you think you'd use? $9.07

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 1 $1— 4

$0.25— 0 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 2

You can see that you would use 4 $1 bills.

#### Calculate the smallest number of bills and coins needed to make this amount of change. How many ten-dollar bills do you think you'd need? $10.50

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 1 $5— 0 $1— 0

$0.25— 2 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 0 $0.01— 0

You can see that you would use 1 $10 bill.

#### Determine the fewest number of bills and coins required to create this amount of change. How many nickels do you think you'd need? $4.31

Explanation:

This is the correct distribution that uses the fewest bills and coins:

$20— 0 $10— 0 $5— 0 $1— 4

$0.25— 1 $0.10— 0 $0.05— 1 $0.01— 1

You can see that you would use 1 $0.05 nickel.