Step: 1

The change that Christina got back = the money she paid - the cost of the T-shirt.

Step: 2

= $10.00 - $8.48

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

10.00 | [Line up the decimal points.] |

- 8.48 | |

1.52 | [Subtract.] |

Step: 4

So, Christina got back a change of $1.52.

Correct Answer is : $1.52

Step: 1

The total amount Quincy spent in baking the cake = the money she spent for the cake mix + the money she spent for eggs + the money she spent for the shaped container.

Step: 2

= $6.46 + $3.50 + $12.36

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

6.46

3.50

+ 12.36

............

22.32

............

3.50

+ 12.36

............

22.32

............

[Align the decimal points.]

[Add.]

Step: 4

The total amount that Quincy spent in baking the cake was $22.32.

Correct Answer is : $22.32

Step: 1

The amount saved by the mechanic = the amount he earns - the amount he spends.

Step: 2

= 325 - 225

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

= 100

[Subtract.]

Step: 4

The mechanic saves $100 every week.

Correct Answer is : $100

Step: 1

Total money Holly spent = Money spent on the doll + Money spent on lunch

Step: 2

= 5.63 + 3.63

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

5.63 | [Line up the decimal points.] | |||

+ | 3.63 | |||

9.26 | [Add.] | |||

Step: 4

The total money Holly spent is $9.26.

Correct Answer is : $9.26

Step: 1

The amount Frank is left with = the amount in Frank's pocket - the amount he spent

= 35.96 - 13.96

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 2

35.96

- 13.96

............

22.00

............

- 13.96

............

22.00

............

[Line up decimal points and make columns even.]

[Subtract.]

[Subtract.]

Step: 3

So, Frank is left with $22.

Correct Answer is : $22

Step: 1

The cost of each pen that Charlie bought = Total cost of pens Number of pens .

Step: 2

= 4 2

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

= 2

[Divide.]

Step: 4

The cost of each pen is $2.

Correct Answer is : $2

Step: 1

The number of $1.00 bills that Zelma paid = 6.

Step: 2

Zelma's bill amount = (the number of bills) × (the cost of each bill).

Step: 3

= 6 × ($1.00)

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 4

= $6

[Multiply]

Step: 5

So, Zelmas bill amount was $6.

Correct Answer is : $6

Step: 1

A quarter is equal to 25 cents.

Step: 2

26 cents = 25 cents + 1 cent = a quarter + a cent.

Step: 3

So, Victor would pay a quarter and a cent for the cap.

Correct Answer is : Figure A

Step: 1

Cost of mailing 10 postcards = $20

Step: 2

Cost of mailing 10 letters = $50

Step: 3

The additional amount one needs to pay to mail 10 letters than to mail 10 postcards = $50 - $20 = $30

[Subtract.]

Step: 4

So, it costs $30 more to mail letters than to mail postcards.

Correct Answer is : $30

Step: 1

Amount of change she got back = amount she paid - cost of the shirt

Step: 2

= 20 - 12.28 = 7.72

[substitute and solve.]

Step: 3

She gets $7.72 back.

Correct Answer is : $7.72

Step: 1

Cost of the shirt that Wilma bought = $23.45

Step: 2

Cost of the bag = $15.30

Step: 3

Difference between the costs = $23.45 - $15.30

Step: 4

$23.45 | |

- | $15.30 |

$ 8.15 | |

Step: 5

Wilma spent $8.15 more on shirt than bag.

Correct Answer is : $8.15

Step: 1

Change Micheal gets = amount given to shopkeeper - cost of the bag

Step: 2

= 20 - 14.80 = $5.20

Step: 3

So, Micheal gets a change of $5.20.

Correct Answer is : $5.20

Step: 1

The money with Dennis = 2 × $5 = $10

Step: 2

Cost of the teddy bear = $7

Step: 3

Change he gets back = Money he has - cost of the teddy bear

Step: 4

= $10 - $7 = $3

[Substitute the values and subtract.]

Step: 5

So, the change Dennis gets back is $3.

Correct Answer is : $3

Step: 1

The money Valerie has = 8 × $1 = $8

Step: 2

Cost of the vegetables she bought = $7.75

Step: 3

Change she gets back = Money she has - cost of the vegetables

Step: 4

= $8 - $7.75 = $0.25

[Substitute the values and subtract.]

Step: 5

So, the change Valerie gets back is 25 cents.

[$0.25 = 25 cents]

Correct Answer is : 25 cents

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