The problem is that i don't know how to pay it out in cash correctly with 54 dollars and 90 cents. Do i actually pay it in that actual amount for the price for the items or round up in 17 dollars like you said?
How exactly to round up in prices?
probably to the nearest dollar if you're actually asking this and not trolling...
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the amount to owe in total for the price of something like it says in the question. Do i owe it in that amount in cash or not exactly? I am not that good with money
If something is $15.01 and you give $16 to the cashier, they will give you back the difference, 99 cents.If something is $15 and you give $20 to the cashier, they will give you back $5. If something is $15.05 and you give them $20.25, they will give you back $5.20.
Oh , how does that actually go with those with something cost $15 and give the $20 to the cashier in receiving back $5 or if something is $15.05 and i give them $20.25, i will get back $5.20? Is it supposed to be the amount in just 15 dollars owed?
Take whatever money you give them, and subtract what the item costs. That's what you should get back. If you give the cashier $100 for a $1 item, you should get back $99.Now, keep in mind that many places have sales tax, so a $1 item will typically cost more than $1. It will usually cost between $1.05 and $1.15 cents (it depends on the city).
oh okay , i still need a lot help with this.
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