Problem #1:Peter has 20 dollars in his pocket. He buys a 32 ounces vanilla ice cream for 8 dollars. How much is Peter's change?SolutionIn this situation, Peter is experiencing a loss because some money will be taken away from him for the ice cream.Therefore, we need to do subtractionsubtraction-imagePeter's change = 20 - 8 = 18 dollars
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