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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 which characteristic of money does this illustrate

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  1. Equivalency?

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  2. i forgot to list the awnsers they are
    A. durability
    B. portability
    C. Divisibility
    D. uniformity

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  3. nvm i finished awnsers are
    C
    B
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    D
    A
    C
    A
    B
    B
    B

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  4. is this real mates?

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  5. Yes it’s correct

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  6. sgt-clyde is 100% right for Indiana Connections Academy.

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  7. .....thx

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  8. What about az connections academy answers

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  9. It's the same answers

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  10. those answers are definetly correct.
    nice job every1

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  11. thanks sgt-clyde I got 100%

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  12. just took the test aced it TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

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  13. Nice, here's some cancer for ya'll: Caramelldansen ITSO Megalovania

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  14. OML TYSM! I WAS BOUTA GET A WOOPAN

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  15. wait so this is true

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