Ok, i live in england but im applying for a job at subway and the application form is american! so i just need help with these basic maths questions.

For the following questions, state your answers in terms of bills and coins. for example $4.58 would be 5 dollar bills, 2 quarters, 1 nickle and 3 pennies.

1. If the customer's order came to $13.58 and he gave you a $20.00 bill, what is his change?

2. If the customer's order came to $6.22 and he game you $20.25 what is his change?

EVEN IF THERE IS ALREADY A CORRECT ANSWER UP PLEASE STILL LEAVE AN ANSWER FOR ME I NEED TO BE SUUURE. THANK YOU!Very Basic Maths question!?

Hi,

For the following questions, state your answers in terms of bills and coins. for example $4.58 would be 5 dollar bills, 2 quarters, 1 nickel and 3 pennies.

5 dollar bills, 2 quarters, 1 nickel and 3 pennies would be $5 + 2(.25) + 1(.05) + 3(.01) = $5.58. You're off by $1.

1. If the customer's order came to $13.58 and he gave you a $20.00 bill, what is his change?

20 - 13.58 = $6.42

That would be a $5 dollar bill, a $1 dollar bill, a quarter (.25), a dime (.10), a nickel (.05) and 2 pennies (.02).

It could also be a $5 dollar bill, a $1 dollar bill, four dimes (.40), and 2 pennies (.02).

It could also be a $5 dollar bill, a $1 dollar bill, a quarter (.25), three nickels (.15) and 2 pennies (.02).

2. If the customer's order came to $6.22 and he game you $20.25 what is his change?

$20.25 - 6.22 = $14.03 in change.

His change could be a $10 dollar bill, four $1 dollar bills, and 3 pennies (.03).

It could also be two $5 dollar bills, four $1 dollar bills, and 3 pennies (.03).

It could also be fourteen $1 dollar bills, and 3 pennies (.03), although most people would prefer to get less bills.

We also have $2 bills but they are not regularly used.

I hope that helps!! :-)Very Basic Maths question!?

1. 1 5-dollar, 1 1-dollar, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, 2 pennies

2. 1 10-dollar, 4 1-dollar, 3 pennies

1) $20.00 - $13.58 = $6.42

- so you'd have a 5 dollar bill, a 1 dollar bill, and then you could do 4 dimes and 2 pennies.

2) $20.25 - $6.22 = $14.03

- so you'd hve a 10 dollar bill, four 1 dollar bills, and 3 pennies.Very Basic Maths question!?

What's funny is that your example is wrong...4.58 would only be 4 dollar bills

Your 4.58 is wrong. 4 bills, 2 quarters, a nickel %26amp; 3 pennies.

2000-1358= $6.42

a five, a one, quarter, dime nickle, 2 pennies

2025-622= $14.03

a ten, four ones, three pennies

I see some answerers want to give back 14 dollar bills, and six dollar bills... that is stupid %26amp; would piss some people off.Very Basic Maths question!?

I think you should really be able to do these yourself... this is simple addition and subtraction. What I will do to help you is tell you that:

100 pennies = 1 dollar

1 nickel = 5 pennies

1 dime = 10 pennies

1 quarter = 25 pennies

Then we have the following bills:

1 dollar

5 dollar

10 dollar

20 dollar

50 dollar

100 dollar

So for the first one subtract, then think about how you can most efficiently give out change, that is how can you use the least number of coins and dollars to given back change.

good luck!

20 - 13.58 = $6.42

So that's 6 dollar bills, 4 dimes, and 2 pennies.

Or you can do 6 dollar bills, 1 quarter, a dime, a nickel, and 2 pennies depending on what you have at your disposal.

20.25 - 6.22 = $14.03

14 dollar bills and 3 pennies.

1) 1 5-dollar, 1 1-dollar, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, 2 pennies

2) 1 10-dollar, 4 1-dollar, 3 pennies

You should always try to give the fewest bills and coins as change. In other words, use the highest denominations first.

Forty cents would be given as a quarter, a dime, and a nickle instead of forty pennies, four dimes, or eight nickles.

Question 1:

$20.00-$13.58=$6.42

You would give the customer 1 five dollar bill, 1 one dollar bill, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickle, and two pennies.

Question 2:

$20.25-$6.22=$14.03

Yo would give him 1 ten dollar bill, 4 one dolllar bills, and three pennies.

By the way $4.58 would be 4 dollar bills NOT 5!

1. $20.00 - $13.58 = $6.42. You should give him back 1 five dollar bill, 1 one dollar bill, 4 dimes, and 2 pennies.

2. $20.25 - $6.22 = $14.03. You should give him back 1 ten dollar bill, 4 one dollar bills, and 3 pennies.

Remember:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime: 10 cents

1 nickel: 5 cents

1 penny: 1 cent

I hope this helps!

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