Money Bills

We often buy things and then we get money bills of the items. The shopkeeper gives us a bill containing information about what we purchase. Different items purchased by us, their rates and the total amount are mentioned in the bill. 

Whenever you go to the shop to buy anything, the shopkeeper gives you bill. The bill consists of all the required details. We usually get a bill at a restaurant, cinema, etc. If you buy 1 bread, 1 packet milk and 1 chocolate, your bill will be shown below.

BILL

Item

Rate

Quantity

Cost

Bread

15

1

$ 15

Milk

22

1

$ 22

Chocolate

20

1

Total

$ 20

$ 57

Shopkeeper Bill

We can understand about bills more clearly with the help of some examples.


Examples on Money Bills:

1. Surendra buys a pen for $ 16.50, a book for 96.25, a pencil box for $ 48.50 and 2 notebooks for $ 16.50 each. Prepare a bill for the purchases.

Solution:

The bill can be prepared as shown below.

BILL

Items

Pen

Books

Pencil box

Notebooks

Quantity

1

1

1

2

Rate per piece ($)

16.50

96.25

48.50

16.50

Total

Amount ($)

16.50

96.25

48.50

33.00

194.25


2. Nandan buys 6 kg of flour at the rate of $ 10 per kg, 9 kg of sugar at the rate of $ 18 per kg and 5 kg of rice at the rate of $ 15 per kg. Make a bill for the purchases.

Solution:

The bill can be prepared as shown below.

BILL

Items

Flour

Sugar

Rice

Quantity

6 kg

9 kg

5 kg

Rate per kg ($)

10.00

18.00

15.00

Total

Amount ($)

60.00

162.00

75.00

297.00


Questions and Answers on Money Bills:

1. Nicki and Pat went to supermarket. Nicki bought all the food items from the top shelf and Pat bought all the toys from the bottom shelf. Make a bill from them.

Making Bill

Nicki's Bill

Make a Money Bill

Pat's Bill

Make a Money Bill

Answer:

1. $ 445.80, $ 512.50








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