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Q: How many different combinations of coins using five quarters six dimes five nickels and five pennies to make two dollars?

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$3.10 could be no quarters and 62 nickels, or it could be 12 quarters and 2 nickels, or it could be eleven other different mixes. There are 13 different ways to do it with quarters and nickels.

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Twenty quarters will make five dollars. Fifty dimes will make five dollars. Five hundred pennies will make five dollars. Twenty dimes and twelve quarters will make five dollars. Of course, there are millions of combinations that you could use with US coins, excluding nickels, to make five dollars.

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1. 3 quarters , 2 dimes , 1 nickel 2. 3 quarters , 1 dime , 3 nickels And many other combinations

12 quarters. 20 dimes= 2 dollars, and 20 nickels= 1 dollar. 3 dollars, multiplied by 4 because of the quarters, is 12 quarters

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hundreds of ways... 50 dimes 100 nickels 20 quarters 40 dimes and 2 nickels 90 nickels and 5 dimes 16 quarters and 10 dimes 30 dimes 2 nickels 4 quarters etc figure it out ;)

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If by 500 you mean 500 cents then : 50 dimes or 100 nickels or 20 quarters. If you mean 500 dollars then: 5,000 dimes or 10,000 nickels or 2,000 quarters.

Two dollars is equal to 8 quarters, ten nickels is equal to 50 cents or two quarters. Eight plus two equals 10. Another way to find the answer is to think of dollars in terms of nickels. One dollar equals twenty nickels (5 x 20 = 100). So two dollars would equal 40 nickels. Add the ten nickels to the 40 nickels to get 50 nickels. A quarter equals five nickels (5 x 5 = 25). Then devide 50 by 5 to equal 10.

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Coin or banknote: Quantity: dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickel pennies cents dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents 4 quarters equals: 4 quarters equals 1 dollar

In each combination, you can have 0,1,2 or 3 pennies; you can also have 0 or 1 nickels, 0 or 1 dimes and 0 or 1 quarters. That is, 4 ways of picking the number of pennies, 2 ways of picking how many nickels, 2 for dimes and 2 for quarters. In all that makes 4*2*2*2 = 32 combinations. BUT, one of these combinations is where you have 0 pennies, 0 nickels, 0 diems and 0 quarters. Conventionally, a null combination such as this is omitted and so you have 31 valid combinations.

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