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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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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

Correct! Wrong!

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.

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