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I am a bit confused by your description and example. Are you just trying to remove the duplicates based on the Total-Value pairs, and then trim the last digit of the Value?
If so, you can use a unique with both total and value checked. This will remove the duplicates and your unique values will come out of the U output. From there, you can use regex to trim the last number. You can also achieve this with a formula tool.
I had used a text to columns before and the values have distinct categorizations. Imagine it like the same transaction number for a credit card purchase in which i divided between the cost and the credit card usage fee. That is why I had duplicates
So, before getting to this, I used the text to columns to split into rows to clean some data and had the original value more than twice (which was what I needed). In the end I got rid of the unnecessary duplicates using the sample tool.