Q: Bob has four more dimes than nickels he has 1.45 in all how many nickels does he have?

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More than 25.

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They weigh the same.

there r 40 nikels

Nickels = 6 Dimes = 2 Quarters = 9 (1/3N) + N + (3+N) = 17 2 1/3N = 14 N = 6

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This question cannot be answered.Assume there is1 nickel. There must be 3 more than that in quarters - that makes4 quarters and there are13 dimes---- that adds up to18