Use the largest denominations possible. For example, $0.41 is going to be one quarter (.25), one dime (.10 brings total to .35), one nickel (.05 to .40), and a penny. If it is more than $0.25, there will be one quarter, if more than $0.50, two quarters, etc.
Get some change and work it out or ask suri...that chick has a answer for everything
Cuz you have to look it up using Googol =))))
THAT'S something u shudve learned a LOOOOOONG time ago kid o.O ....as in .....SCHOOL ??
Well you're certainly not an ADULT asking THAT question
All that BIG stuff u can do ,but YET ...u cant do something as SMALL as ..MAKING CHANGE o.O
So if something costs 65cents,& u give a $1 ...u don't know how much u get back?
im sorry im not good w math and googles sleeping
hookers don't take change
im going to try very hard not to say something very mean.
ahhh go ahead....don't frustrate yourself!!