30 quarters equals $7.50 42 dimes equals $4.20 That adds up to 72 coins with a value of $11.70
15 quarters, 3 dimes
Mula has 16 dimes and 11 quarters.
85 dimes = 85*10 cents = 85*10/25 quarters = 34 quarters.
One roll of dimes contains 50 coins for a value of $5. Quarters come in rolls of 40 for a value of $10.
Not possible, the maximum value of 1 dime and 56 quarters is $14.10. Increasing the number of dimes reduces the total value by 15c per dime
Helen has twice as many dimes as nickels and five more quarters than nickels the value of her coins is 4.75 how many dimes does she have?
1 quarter = 25 cents 1 dime = 10 cents ⇒ 10 quarters + 2 dimes = 10 x 25 cents + 2 x 10 cents = 270 cents
If Keoki has 14 quarters and 8 dimes (for a total of 22 coins), she has $3.50 and $0.80 or $4.30 in coins. If Keoki has 15 quarters and 7 dimes (for a total of 22 coins), she has $3.75 and $0.70 or $4.45 in coins. If Keoki has 22 coins that are all dimes and quarters and their value in total is $4.35 as asked, there isn't a combination of coins that will permit her to have both 22 coins and $4.35 worth of coins.
Circulating dimes and quarters dated 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel rather than silver, so they have no extra value.
$3.45 $1.00 = 4 quarters $2.00 = 8 quarters $3.00 = 12 quarters $3.00 + $0.25 + $0.10 + $0.10
4 quarters = $1.00 4 dimes = $0.40 4 nickels = $0.20 4 pennies = $0.04 Total: $1.64
It is 99 cents :D
there are 23 quarters 37 dimes to do this use simultaneous equations to make this simpler i will assign variables to amount of quarters and dimes x-quarters y-dimes you know you have 60 coins, so amount of quarters plus dimes is 60 x+y=60 you also know the amount is equal to $9.45 since quarters are $0.25 and dimes are $0.10 another equation can be made 0.25x+0.10y=9.45 this equation shows what you do when you count your change now solve the first equation for a variable using algebra x=60-y you can then plug this new value into your second equation 0.25(60-y)+0.1y=9.45 you can now solve for y, which is the number of dimes y=37 now plug this number back into x=60-y to get the amount of quarters x=60-(37) x=23 23 quarters 37 dimes
The man has 13 dimes and 7 quarters, which equate to $3.05 $1.30 + $1.75 If he had 13 quarters and 7 dimes he would have $3.95 $3.25 + 70c The method used to work this out was dividing 90c by the difference between the value of a dime and a quarter- i.e. 15c . 90 / 15 = 6, so of 20 coins, 6 more were dimes than quarters. Subtract 6 from 20, then halve the result = 7 the lower number is 7, the higher number is 7+6, = 13. Please also note that 'Quarters' is spelled with 2 'r's
3 Quarters 8 Dimes 8 + 3 = 11 3 X 0.75 is 0. 75. 8 X 0.10 = 0.80 0.75 +.80 ___ $1.55
All coins such as quarters, nickels, dimes, and half dollars
1200 dimes multiplied by 10 cents per dime gives the monetary value of the coins in cents--12,000 cents. Dividing this by 25 cents, the value of a single quarter, gives the number of quarters, or 480.
I have filled up 3 quart jars Of quarters, their value range from 176 dollars to 198 dollars I am trying to fill a quart jar with dimes but that takes a long time. I suspect that the dimes Will be worth more than the quarters Because they pack together tighter.
Well, assuming you mean the value of the coins together is $20, and knowing that the value of a dime is $0.10 and that of a quarter is $0.25, then if we call the number of dimes 'd' and the number of quarters 'q', we can set up the following equations: d + q = 100 0.10d + 0.25q = 20 Then you can obtain the number of dimes and quarters by solving this series of linear equations.
$130.00 There are 40 quarters to a roll, which equals $10.00
The denominations for 1959 were: Half dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Cents.
laura has 3 times as many dimes then quaters she has 8 dime more then quaters what is the value