8 quarters, 5 dimes
If all coins were dimes he would have $1.30. Every quarter that replaces a dime increases the total by 15c. The total has to be increased by $1.20 which is 15c x 8. He has 8 quarters and 5 dimes.
The 8 coins are: 3 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel and 2 pennies.
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.
If 5 dimes to every 8 quarters that is 5 out of every 13 coins dimes and 8 of 13 coins quarters 5/13 x 520 = 200 dimes
7 nickels, 4 dimes, and 3 quarters.
Mula has 16 dimes and 11 quarters.
There are three possible combinations: 1 quarter and 13 dimes 3 quarters and 8 dimes 5 quarters and 3 dimes
At least 1 of the coins must be a quarter (the 5 cent part), so there are exactly 3 ways to make $1.25 with either dimes and quarters or just quarters:1 quarter, 10 dimes3 quarters, 4 dimes5 quartersIf you have to use both coins, there are only the 2 ways shown.
The coins in the store's cash register total $12.50. The cash register contains only nickels, dimes, and quarters. There are twice as many dimes as nickels. There are also twice as many quarters as dimes. How many quarters are in the cash register?
16 % of the coins are dimes. 4 of a total of 25.
The five coins are 3 quarters and 2 dimes.
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?
Quarters and dimes from before 1964
30 quarters equals $7.50 42 dimes equals $4.20 That adds up to 72 coins with a value of $11.70
The first step in solving this problem is to build two equations. 0.25Q+0.10D=2.50 and Q+D=13 where Q=total number of quarters and D=total number of Dimes. Next we try to subtract one equation from the other to eliminate one variable. So we multiply 0.25Q+0.10D=2.50 by 4 to get 1Q+0.4D=10. Then we subtract Q+0.4D=10 from Q+D=13. This results in 0.6D=3. We divide both sides by 0.6 and end up with d=5. Therefore we have 5 dimes, which equals 50 cents. Therefore we have $2 in quarters or 8 quarters. 8 quarters is the answer.
5 dimes and 2 quarters.
5 dimes 2 quarters
In the US, we use pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
2 quarters 5 dimes
2 quarters,4 dimes, and 3 pennies