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A customer uses a $20 bill at a self check-out register to pay for products totaling $14.50. The customer is concerned they did not receive the proper change. How much money should they have received
back from the automated register?
$20.00 - 14.50 = $5.50. The customer should have received $5.50 change.
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$20.00 - 14.50 = $5.50. The customer should have received $5.50 change.
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