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Sarah paid a food bill of $13.74 with a $20 bill. How much change was she owed? A. $6.26 B. $6.74 C. $5.26 D. $33.74
20-13.74=6.26 She owed $6.26 after she paid the bill.
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20-13.74=6.26

She owed $6.26 after she paid the bill.

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