Q: 20 dimes plus 20 nickels equals how many quarters?

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3 qurarter and 9 nickels = dimes

That would be 19 nickels.

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9 Quarters are equal to eighteen dimes and nine nickels. Eighteen dimes equal to $1.80. Nine nickels equal to 25 cents. So $1.80 + 25 cents = $2.25 You need exactly 9 quarters.

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