Hello all I am new to Python and I am taking a programming class but I can't seem to figure out what I am doing wrong to get the programming correct. I have the following but it isn't working correctly.

print ("Change Calclator")

quarter = .25

dime = .10

nickel = .05

penny = .01

moneygiven = int(input("Enter how much money given: "))

citem = int(input("How much did the item cost?: "))

moneygiven = int(float(moneygiven) * 100)
citem = int(float(citem) * 100)

moneyback = int(float(moneygiven - citem))

qmb = moneyback / quarter

partialtotal = int(float(moneyback - qmb * quarter))
dmb = partialtotal / dime
dpartialtotal = int(float(partialtotal - dmb * dime))

nmb = dpartialtotal / nickel

npartialtotal = int(float(dpartialtotal - nmb

*nickel))*

pmb = npartialtotal / penny

ppartialtotal = int(float(npartialtotal - pmbpenny))

pmb = npartialtotal / penny

ppartialtotal = int(float(npartialtotal - pmb

print ("You need %s quarters, %s dimes, %s nickels, %s pennies.")

**This is what happens when I run the program**

Change Calclator

Enter how much money given: 99

How much did the item cost?: 55

You need %s quarters, %s dimes, %s nickels, %s pennies.

**However it is supposed to tell me this information**

- The program should display the minimum number of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies that one needs to make up the specified number of cents.
- Assume that the user will enter a valid integer for the number of cents.
- The program should continue only if the user enters "y" or "Y" to continue.

I think that I may not have enough information listed in my source code or I may not have the correct information but either way I am lost. If anyone can point me in the right direction it is definitely appreciated.