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a cashier gives one person a $5 bill and 15 $1 bills in exchange for a $20 bill. He gives a second person a $10 bill, a $5 bill and five $1 bills in exchange for a $20 bill whcih characteristic of money does this illustrate A. Durability B. Portability C. Divisibility D. Uniformity

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  1. Ms. Sue appears to be way from her computer at the moment. Make sure you understand what these four words mean. Look them up if you don't, or consult your text. We'll be glad to check your answer.

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  2. i know what they mean i just dont which one is the correct one

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  3. How many ways can $20.00 be divided into lower denominations?

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  4. 1.C
    2.B
    3.D
    4.D
    5.A
    6.C
    7.A
    8.B
    9.B
    10.B

    100% Goodluck :)

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  5. KpoplsAwful is correct !!

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  6. KpoplsAwful is correct

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  7. the answers are correct but Kpop I better than regular pop music

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  8. ngl thx for the answers but...
    Kpop is the most amazing thing in my life, it made me happy when I'm sad and its THE BEST THING ON EARTH

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  9. kpoisbad is amazing in the ways that: A. kpop is bad B. he got me %100

  10. kpopisawful is right on both accounts. their answers are correct and so is their opinion on kpop. it is, in fact, trash

  11. omg they are correct
    100%

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  12. BLACKPINK IN YOUR AREA

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  13. kpop is gay

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  14. kpop is not awful it is just another type of music. If you don't like it then keep it to yourself there is no need to be hating on something that others like when it could really bring them down. I would recommend not using that name anymore before you get called out even more by kpop stans. Thank you :)

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