# Math

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Place twelve \$1 bill and \$10 bill on the template. Than exchange bills so that the same amount of money is on the template using the fewest number of bills. Write the result in expanded form

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Given: 12*\$1. + 1*\$10. = \$22.

\$20 + \$1. + \$1. = \$22.

Twenty and Two Dollars.

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