# Cashier Trivia Quiz: Math And Vocabulary Test!

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If you want to be a cashier you need to have some necessary math skills and a useful vocabulary too. Being that there are a lot of people in the job market, it is important to ensure that your skills are always top-notch and the quiz below will test if you do. Do give it a try and try others like it for practice.

• 1.

### A customer's order total is \$6.87.  The customer give you \$10.32.  What will the amount of the change you will give back?

• A.

\$4.25

• B.

\$3.50

• C.

\$3.45

• D.

\$3.75

C. \$3.45
Explanation
The amount of change that will be given back to the customer is \$3.45. This can be calculated by subtracting the order total of \$6.87 from the amount given by the customer, which is \$10.32. The difference between these two amounts is \$3.45, which represents the change that needs to be returned to the customer.

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• 2.

### A customer's order total is \$2.06  The customer give you \$100.00  What will the amount of the change you will give back?

• A.

\$92.94

• B.

\$96.84

• C.

\$98.00

• D.

\$97.94

D. \$97.94
Explanation
The customer gave \$100.00 and the order total is \$2.06. To find the amount of change to give back, we subtract the order total from the amount given by the customer. \$100.00 - \$2.06 = \$97.94. Therefore, the amount of change to give back is \$97.94.

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• 3.

### At the end of a transaction the customer request to have a portion of her bill applied to her credit card.  Her total comes to \$38.66.  She wants to apply \$20 to her credit card and then hands you \$10 cash.  How much change will you give her?

• A.

\$1.34

• B.

\$2.34

• C.

\$2.88

• D.

None of the above

D. None of the above
Explanation
The customer wants to apply \$20 to her credit card and hands over \$10 cash. Therefore, the total amount that needs to be applied to her credit card is \$20 + \$10 = \$30. Her total bill is \$38.66. Therefore, the change that needs to be given to her is \$38.66 - \$30 = \$8.66. None of the given options (\$1.34, \$2.34, \$2.88) match this amount, so the correct answer is none of the above.

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• 4.

### Customers who want to pay for their products should go to the

• A.

Charge out

• B.

Checkout

• C.

• D.

Loan

B. Checkout
Explanation
The correct answer is "checkout". When customers want to pay for their products, they typically go to the checkout counter or area. This is where they can complete their purchase by paying for the items they have selected. The checkout process usually involves scanning or entering the product information, calculating the total cost, and accepting payment from the customer. Therefore, "checkout" is the appropriate option for customers who want to pay for their products.

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• 5.

### Cashiers should always provide friendly

• A.

Denomination

• B.

Orientation

• C.

Customer service

• D.

Money

C. Customer service
Explanation
Cashiers should always provide friendly customer service. This means that they should be polite, helpful, and attentive to the needs of the customers. They should greet customers with a smile, listen to their requests or concerns, and provide assistance whenever necessary. Good customer service is important for creating a positive shopping experience and building customer loyalty. It helps to ensure customer satisfaction and may even lead to increased sales and repeat business.

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