Q: How many times do pennies nickels dimes and quarters go into 1?

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Chen has 8 nickels, 2 dimes, and 6 quarters.

Peggy had three times as many quarters as nickels. She had $1.60 in all. How many nickels and how many quarters did she have?

7 Quarters= $0.25 times 7= $1.75 10 Dimes= $0.10 times 10= $1.00 10 Nickels= $0.05 times 10= $0.50 17 Pennies= $0.01 times 17= $0.17 So in total you would have $3.42

7 quarters equals out to $1.75. 5 times equals out to $0.50. 3 nickels equals out to $0.15. 4 pennies equals out to $0.04. All together they would equal $2.44.

4 Qs 12 Dimes 20 Nickles

2 dimes, 15 nickels, 5 pennies

He has jillian.

You almost scared me with this one, but I'll give it a go. Easy ones first: (1) 3 quarters (2) 7 dimes; 1 nickel (3) 15 nickels Then it gets tricky: (4) 2 quarters, 5 nickels (5) 2, quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel (6) 1 more time to convert 1 dime into 2 nickels (7) 1 quarter, 10 nickels (8) 1 quarter, 5 dimes (9-12) 4 more times to convert each dime, but 1, into 2 nickels (13-18) 6 more times to convert each dime, but 1, into 2 nickels. Did I miss any? 18 different ways (thank goodness you didn't include pennies!)

You just have to take this one step at a time. Start out with the first part:One-third of them were pennies. So of the 24 coins, a third of them were pennies. Multiply 1/3 by 24 and you get eight.One-fourth of them were nickels. 1/4 times 24 is Six.One-sixth of them were dimes. 1/6 times 24 is Four.And the rest were Quarters. Add up the total number of coins you have already (8+6+4=18) and then subtract that from 24. You answer is 24-18=6So, you have:Eight PenniesSix NickelsFour DimesSix Quarters

13 nickels and 78 dime

it is because if you times it by its own worth and then add it you will get $68

15 quarters, 3 dimes

3 quarters, 1 dime, 3 nickels 2 quaters, 5 dimes 1 Fifty Cent Piece, 4 dimes, 2 nickels 1 Fifty Cent Piece, 1 quarter, 5 nickels

Only once. You'd need 10 pennies. Using 10 dimes would equal $1. Using 10 nickels would be $0.50. Using 10 quarters would be $2.50.

Each quarter has 5 nickels. 5 times 6.

A dollar is 100 cents, a quarter is 25 cents, and a nickel is 5 cents. Thus a dollar is composed of 4 (100/25) quarters, or 20 (100/5) nickels. Therefore there are 5 times as many nickels in a dollar as there are quarters. Another way to look at it is to say that there are 5 nickels in a quarter, so there are 5 times as many nickels as quarters in any amount.

1 Mole of pennies. Hands down. In fact, it's painfully obvious. The next highest contestant is Ten-thousand million nickels which is 12044283000000 times smaller than a mole of pennies. 1 billion dimes = 100 million dollars = $100000000 10 billion (ten-thousand million) nickels = 500 million dollars = $500000000 1 million dollars = >.> = $1000000 1 mole (6.0221415e23) of pennies = Not even this much money in the world. But if you are curious, 1 mole of pennies is worth $6022141500000000000000.

A nickel is 5 cents and a quarter is 25 cents so there are five times as many nickels as quarters in any amount. That means 20 quarters is the same as 20*5 = 100 nickels.

Letx = number of nickels 7x = number of dimes 7x (.10) + x (.05) = 3.75 .7x + .05x = 3.75 .75x = 3.75 x = 3.75/.75 = 5 nickels 7x = 35 dimes

40 Dimes and 8 Nickles

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1 nickel = 5c 1 dime = 10c If 75c were all nickels then there would be 15 nickels. 2 nickels can then be changed for 1 dime and this can be done 7 times so that the final make up is 1 nickel and 7 dimes. There are thus 8 ways of producing 75c using just nickels and dimes.

He has 165 cents.

laura has 3 times as many dimes then quaters she has 8 dime more then quaters what is the value

One dime is 10 times as much as a penny, so 10 million dimes are equal to 100 million pennies.