###### Asked in ComputersTechnologyCalculators

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# Is there a function on a calculator that shows change given the same as a till?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### October 20, 2009 7:32AM

I would say the simplest way to achieve what I think you're trying to, would be to subtract the amount paid from the amount owed.

#### Example:

1.99 + 3.25 + 2.50 -------- 7.74 - owed - 10.00 - paid -------- -2.26 - how much is still owed## Related Questions

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