Question

A client is withdrawing $105.83. He would like$40 in \$10 bills and the rest in the fewest number of bills and coins possible. Select the appropriate number of bills and coins to give the client.

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Step-by-step explanation:
The client starts with 105.83 dollars
He requests 40 of which to be subtracted in denominations of 10, meaning 4 10 dollar bills are being removed.
After this he has 65.83 more dollars to withdraw, the next biggest bill denomination is a 50, so lets subtract 50 from our account.
Now he is left with 15.83, subtract another 10 dollar bill.
That leaves us with 5.83, subtract one 5 dollar bill.
Leaving us with 0.83, subtract 3 quarters
That leaves us with 8 cents, lets subtract one nickel, leaving us with 3 cents.
Now with those 3 cents we can subtract 3 pennies.
Meaning the least amount of denominations required is:
1 50-Dollar bill
5 10-Dollar bills
1 5-Dollar bill
3 Quarters
1 Nickel
3 Pennies