## How do you calculate a backwards change?

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**How do you count back changes worksheet?**

To count the change, first count up from the price of the item until you reach the next whole dollar. Then use 1-dollar or 5-dollar bills. Count up from $0.84 to $1 to find the change.

### How do you calculate back change to customer game?

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**How do you calculate back and change in money?**

Steps to Count Change

- Start with the pennies to reach a multiple of 5 or 10.
- Next use a nickel or a dime as you get to a multiple of 25.
- Use quarters until you reach a dollar.
- Use one-dollar bills until you reach a multiple of 5 or 10.
- Use five-dollar bills until you reach 10 or ten-dollar bills until you reach 20.

#### How do you calculate change in money?

Change money = paid money – bill. Paid money = change + bill.

**How do you count back changes in Australia?**

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## How do I teach my child to count back changes?

To make making change easier for your children, teach them that, rather than concentrating on the amount to give back, their job is to simply count up from the amount spent to the amount given. As they do this, they should use the largest denominations whenever possible.