7 quarters = 1.7511 nickels = 0.551.75 + 0.55 = 2.30
Ten (10) nickels and Three (3) quarters.
Two quarters, a dime, two nickels, and a penny
8 quarters and 12 nickels
19 quarters and 4 nickels.
7 quarters 2 dimes 4 nickels
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You would have to know the exact number of coins per denomination. Modern U.S. quarters weigh 5.67 grams. Dimes 2.27 grams. Nickels 5 grams.
14 Quarters = $3.50 28 nickels = $1.40 To get this answer you simple add 2 nickles to one quarter which = 35 cents divide 4.90 by 35 which equals 14 14 will be the number of quarters and double that, 28 will be the number of nickels
One bank box contains $100 worth of nickels, which is 2,000 coins.
13 nickels 7 dimes
3 nickels and a penny
It would all depend on the mix. If you had 180 pounds of pennies and the other 10 pounds were nickels, dimes and quarters that would be worth a lot LESS THAN if you had 180 pounds of quarters and the other 10 pounds were pennies, nickels and dimes.
Only dollars, half dollars an quarters dated 1776-1976 are "Bicentennial" coins. Dimes, nickels and cents are face value.
Ten it each group.
3 nickels, 2 pennies. Hope this helps!
1 Quarter 2 Nickels 1 Dime
They are worth one Penny,fifteen Dimes,seven Nickels, and nine Quarters.
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters
George saves nickels and dimes for tolls. If he has 28 coins worth 2.60. how many are nickels and how many are dimes Answer this question by using system of equation?
Four quarters are .066 thick 20 nickels are 1.48 thick So your answer is 1.21 inches thicker or about 1 1/4 thicker
The value of the coins is going to be highly dependent upon the ratio of coins. In general: Dimes, quarters and half dollars are roughly $20/lb Nickels are $5/lb And there are 181 pennies to a pound ($1.81) So we're talking any where from $1600 to $150.
You could have fourteen dimes and one nickel or twenty-seven nickels and one dime or any of the combinations in between. This problem needs to know the number of coins.
There are five nickels (5¢) in a quarter (25¢) so the rule is: 1) Divide the number of nickels by 5 to get the number of quarters 2) The remainder, if any, is the number of nickels left over For example, if you have 17 nickels, 17/5 = 3 rem 2, so that means you have 3 quarters with 2 nickels remaining. To confirm, 17 nickels are worth a total of 85¢ (5 * 17); 3 quarters = 75¢ so 10 cents - i.e. 2 nickels - would be left over.