## Paulo’s father bought 8 pizzas and 12 bottles of juice for the class party. Each pizza coast \$9 and each bottle of juice cost\$2 Paulo’s fath

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Paulo’s father bought 8 pizzas and 12 bottles of juice for the class party. Each pizza coast \$9 and each bottle of juice cost\$2 Paulo’s father paid \$100-bill. How much change did he get back

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1. ## Information

Paulo’s father bought 8 pizzas and 12 bottles of juice.

Each pizza cost \$9 and each bottle of juice cost \$2.

Paulo’s father paid using a \$100 bill.

## Steps

1.) First, multiply the cost of each pizza by the total number of pizzas Paulo’s father bought.

\$9 (cost per pizza) x 8 (pizzas bought) = \$72 (total cost of 8 pizzas)

2.) Next, multiple the cost of each bottle of juice by the total number of bottles of juices Paulo’s father bought.

\$2 (cost per bottle of juice) x 12 (bottles of juice bought) = \$24 (total cost of 12 bottles of juice)

3.) Add the total cost of the two together so:

\$72 (total cost of 8 pizzas) + \$24 (total cost of 12 bottles of juice) = \$96 (total cost of 8 pizzas and 12 bottles of juice)

4.) Paulo’s father paid using a \$100 bill, so subtract 100 from the total cost of the two items:

\$100 (bill) – \$96 (total cost of 8 pizzas and 12 bottles of juice) = \$4 (in change)

## Conclusion

Paulo’s father received \$4 in change.