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Making change (Money transaction)


  • Here are entered works on providing smaller denominations of money, either in exchange for an equivalent amount in larger denominations or as a refund of excess amounts given by a customer for a purchase.
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    • Change, Making (Money transaction)
    • Giving change (Money transaction)
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    • found: Work cat.:Chandler, C.C. Young children's conception of a storekeeper's giving of change, 2003.
    • found: Change from a purchase. [document at AAA Math web site], via WWW, Feb. 23, 2005:(Change is the money a customer receives back when they have made a purchase. Often the customer gives the merchant more money than the amount due because the customer may not have the exact coins and bills that are needed. The merchant determines how much extra was paid and returns the excess which is called change)
    • found: CultureBridge ESL making change. [web document], via WWW, Feb. 23, 2005:(change = an equal exchange of money of smaller denominations (or values) for a unit of higher denomination)
    • found: How to use Make change as a teaching tool [web document] via WWW, Feb. 23, 2005:Give customer correct change at menu (Anybody learning to manage a cash drawer or cash register, must learn to keep enough coins and bills available to give change)
    • found: OCLC WorldCat, Feb. 23, 2005:(titles: Counting money and making change and making a budget; Counting money and making change; Making change for a dollar; Making change to 1.00; Talking using money and making change)
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on providing smaller denominations of money, either in exchange for an equivalent amount in larger denominations or as a refund of excess amounts given by a customer for a purchase.
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  • Change Notes

    • 2005-03-02: new
    • 2005-06-22: revised
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