Q: Miguel has fourteen coins in his pocket He has one more dime than quarters and three more nickels than dimes How many of each coin does he have?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

10 quarters and 50 pennies

She has 11 nickels.

Look through the change in his pocket, among the silver dimes and quarters and grey nickels there will be bronze pennies.. If you mean "penis" then you will have to take his pants off.

4

35 quarters would equal 8.75. So if he had two more than he originally thought than he thought he had 33 quarters.

4

8 of them.

11 dimes.

He has what appears to be a roll of quarters in his pocket

Lets put it this way, they don't have rolls of quarters where I live :)

Pocket Full of Nickels-Te Adoro - 2013 was released on: USA: 13 November 2013 (International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival)

50

25Q + P = 300, Q + P = 60Subtract: 24Q = 240 ==> Q = 10, and then P = 50 Check: 10 quarters = $2.50, + 50 cents = $3.00

It means to change your god type

One quarter,or 25 pennies, or 20 pennies and 1 nickel, or 15 pennies and 2 nickels, or 10 pennies and 3 nickels or 5 pennies and 4 nickels, or 2 dimes and 1 nickel, or 1 dime and 3 nickels, or 15 nickels and 1 dime.

All Jefferson Nickels from 1960 to date struck for circulation are pocket change. Spend it

Too much to carry in your pocket comfortably. Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills. $6.30

I'm a bit confused with your question. There were well over 6 billion Lincoln cents minted in 1973, along with quarters, Eisenhower dollars, nickels and dimes minted in 1973. All these coins (other than the Eisenhower dollar) can easily be found in your pocket change.

Do you mean 1,997 quarters, or quarters from 1997, LOL? In any case they're worth 25¢ each. Out of curiosity, because these are readily available in pocket change, what made you suspect they are valuable?

d = 2q - 18; 10d + 25q = 945 10(2q - 18) + 25q = 945 20q - 180 + 25q = 945 45q = 1125 q = 25 You have 32 dimes ($3.20) and 25 quarters ($6.25)

This problem can be solved by solving the system of equation. Total worth of coins: $2.65 Total number of coins: 33 n= number of nickels q= number of quarters since we know that there are 33 coins total, we can set the equation like this: number of nickels + number of quarters = total number of coins => n+q=33 We also know that the worth of these coins is $2.65. each nickel is worth of $0.05 each quarter is worth of $0.25 therefore we can set the equation: 0.05 x number of nickels + 0.25 x number of quarters = total worth of coins. 0.05n+0.25q=2.65 However, for convienience, we should multiply the equation above by 100 to get rid of decimals. Thus it is 5n+25q=265 you will now have a following set of 2 equations: n+q=33 5n+25q=265 Use the SUBSTITUTION METHOD to solve either n or q for solving n: (replace q with n if you're willing to solve q instead) n+q=33 => n=33-q (since n is equal to 33-q, we can -q -q substitue n in the other equation.) 5(33-q)+25q=265 => 165-5q+25q=265 => 20q=100 => q=5 -165 -165 /20 /20 There are 5 quareters as a result.(or 28 nickels) since you know that q=5 you can substitute q in the first equation. n+(5)=33 => n=28 - 5 -5 therefore, there are 5 quarters and 28 nickels. ELIMINATION METHOD: n x -5 + q x -5 = 33 x -5 => -5n-5q=-165 5n+25q=265 + 5n+25q=265 ------------- 20q=100 => q=5 /20 /20 Or simply we can say: if we have x quarters, we have .25x value of them. So the value of nickels will be 2.65 - .25x. Since we have 33 coins, and x quarters, then the number of nickels will be 33 - x. So the value of all nickels would be also .05(33 - x). Thus, we have:2.65 - .25x = .05(33 - x)2.65 - .25x = 1.65 - .05x2.65 - 1.65 - .25x + .25x = 1.65 - 1.65 - .05x + .25x1 = .20x1/.20 = .20x/.20x = 5 the number of quarters 33 - x= 33 - 5= 28 the number of nickels. Thus, we have 5 quarters and 28 nickels.

In addition to some 2007 dollar coins, take a look at all those nickels in your pocket change!

5 cents. The only nickels to contain silver are the "war nickels" produced from 1943-1945 with a large mintmark over the Monticello. 1964 nickels use the same composition as today, have a high mintage and are easily found in pocket change. They are worth no more than 5 cents. There were over 2 billion nickels minted that year.

Look at your pocket change, likely you will find more 1999 nickels so just spend it.

Look at your pocket change, likely you will find more 1999 nickels so just spend it.

People also asked