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Paying with Ones, Tens and Twenties

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Ken had 18 bills in his wallet and no change in his pocket. The bills were an assortment of ones, tens and twenties, but did not include any fives. Ken went to the local utilities payment center to pay his water bill. He paid \$88 in cash using 13 bills. After payment, Ken had \$60 left in his wallet. The ratio of tens to twenties left in Ken's wallet was A : B.

In the table, select the values for two unknown quantities that would be consistent with the given information. Make only two selections, one in each column.

4

3

4

3

number of tens Ken used to pay for water

4

3

number of twenties Ken used to pay for water

4

3

number of ones in Ken's wallet before paying for water

4

3

A

4

3

B