Ten dimes, fifteen nickels
he has 27 dimes. to add on, he has 8 nickels to make your total of 3.10
110 nickels and 40 dimes my little brother had the same problem
16 % of the coins are dimes. 4 of a total of 25.
Three of the 6 coins had to be nickels. The six coins are 1 quarter, 1 dime, 3 nickels, and 1 penny.
ms lynch has 21 coins in nickels and dimes. their total value is 1.65. how many of each coin does she have
The coins in the store's cash register total $12.50. The cash register contains only nickels, dimes, and quarters. There are twice as many dimes as nickels. There are also twice as many quarters as dimes. How many quarters are in the cash register?
If one-fifth of the coins are dimes two fifteeths are nickles and two-thirds are pennies how much of each coin do you have for a total of one dollars worth of coins.
Tjats a pretty simple question. Anthony has. 2 pennies, 4 dimes, and 4 nickels
10 Nickels 2 Quarters = $1.00 4 Dimes 7 Nickels 1 Quarter = $1.00 8 Dimes 4 Nickels = $1.00
7 dimes, 3 nickels and 15 pennies. You're welcome.
Total = 10.85 dollars.
The coins in a cash register amount to $12.50. One coin combination that would produce this total is 40 quarters, 19 dimes, 2 nickels, and 50 pennies. Another combination is 20 quarters, 50 dimes, 45 nickels, and 25 pennies.
Since the smallest of these currency values (the nickel) is equal to 5 cents, the number of five cent coins that go into a dollar is equal to 20. It is impossible to have a combination of 35 nickels and dimes whose sum is exactly equal to a dollar.
If n is the number of nickels and d the number of dimes, then the equations are:n + d = 160 (total number of coins) 5n + 10d = 1050 (total value). And I have thought through to the answer.
20 dimes = 2.00 20 nickels = 1.00 Total = 3.00
There are several combinations of 14 US coins which total 1 Dollar. Among them are: - 6 Dimes and 8 Nickels. - 1 Quarter, 6 Dimes, 2 Nickels and 5 Pennies. - 2 Quarters, 2 Dimes, 5 Nickels and 5 Pennies.
5n + 10d = 235, where n = number of nickels and d = number of dimes. we are also told that n + d = 30 Multiplying by 5 we get 5n + 5d =150 Subtract this from the first equation and we get 5d = 85, ie d = 17, so n = 13 Ie Yolanda has 13 nickels (65c) and 17 dimes ($1.70), total 30 coins worth $2.35.
Two quarters Three nickels Three pennies
You need to define variables for the different types of coins, write the corresponding equations, then solve them. One equation for each fact. Here are the equations:5N + 10D + 25Q = 1250 D = 2N Q = 2D