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You can make 90 cents with three quarters and three nickels. (3 x 25) + (3 x 5) = 90 cents.

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If there are twice as many nickels as quarters and the coins are worth 4 dollars and 90 cents then how many quarters are there?

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How do you make five dollars using one hundred coins with no nickels and no half dollars?

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If i have 7dimes and 4 nickels how much money do i have?

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How many nickels are in 90 dollars?

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What are 1960 coins made of?

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How much silver in American coins?

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Mr Merrill has 3 times as many nickels as dimes The coins have a total value of 1.50 How many of each coin does he have?

We have 3 times as many nickles as dimes. Let X equal our number of dimes then 3X equals our number of nickles. Now multiply these values by the value of the coins they represent. So we get : 10(X) + 5(3X)=150 cents or $1.50 next : 10X + 15X = 150 25X = 150 Divide both sides of the equation by 25 X = 6 so we have six dimes = 60 cents we have 3(X) nickels or 3(6) nickels or 18 nickels and 18 times 5 cents = 90 cents 60 cents in dimes plus 90 cents in nickels = $1.50


If I have 15 coins totaling 90 cents what coins do I have?

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How many quarters does it take to make 22.50?

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What metals are used to make a pennies nickels dimes and quarters?

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What fraction of 2.70 dollars is 90 cents?

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How many coins of each type does Cameron have if he has 4.50 in nickels and dimes in his piggy bank and the number of dimes is twice the number of nickels?

In order to eliminate the decimal point, let us work with cents. So, let $ 4.50 = 450 cents. If the number of nickels is x, then the value of x nickels is 5x cents. Since the number of dimes is twice the number of nickels, then we can write the number of dimes as 2x, and the value of 2x dimes as 10(2x) or 20x cents. So we have: 5x + 20x = 450 25x = 450 divide by 25 to both sides x = 18 the number of nickels 2x = 2 x 18 2x = 36 the number of dimes Thus, Cameron has 18 nickels and 36 dimes. Check: 18 nickels = 18 x 5 cents = 90 cents or $ 0.90 36 dimes = 36 x 10 cents = 360 cents or $ 3.60 0.90 + 3.60 = 4.50? 4.50 = 4.50 True


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What years are us quarters nickels and dimes made of silver?

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Is there any silver in 1964 nickels?

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