• "Here's the change back for / from / on your hundred"

  • "How much change do I get for / from / on a $100 note?"

  • "I doubt I have change for / from / on $100"

Which prepositions are correct to use?


I would suggest:

Here's the change from your hundred (dollar bill/note)

NOT the change BACK...

How much change do/would I get from $100 (note)?


I doubt I have change for $100.

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