One way is 2 quarters, 4 dimes, 2 nickels. Another way is 3 quarters, 5 nickels.
4 dimes, 4 nickels
The 8 coins are: 3 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel and 2 pennies.
Eight nickels and six dimes equal one dollar.
4 dimes, 9 nickels, 15 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
Seven combinations that I can come up with: two dimes a nickel and three pennies all pennies two dimes and eight pennies a quarter and three pennies five nickels and three pennies three nickels one dime and three pennies two nickels one dime and eight pennies
Eight quarters equals $2, which equals 200 cents. This could be: 200 pennies 40 nickels 20 dimes 4 fifty-cent pieces 2 silver/gold dollars
Let X equal the number of quarters X * 25 is the value of the quarters ((X+8) * 5) is the value of the nickels25X + 5X + 40 = 610 so 30X + 40 = 610 .subtract 40 from both sides , divide both sides by 30X = 19There are 19 quarters and 27 nickels in the piggy bank
3 nickles 5 dimes
Two dollars is equal to 8 quarters, ten nickels is equal to 50 cents or two quarters. Eight plus two equals 10. Another way to find the answer is to think of dollars in terms of nickels. One dollar equals twenty nickels (5 x 20 = 100). So two dollars would equal 40 nickels. Add the ten nickels to the 40 nickels to get 50 nickels. A quarter equals five nickels (5 x 5 = 25). Then devide 50 by 5 to equal 10.
There are two possible solutions: You could have one quarter, two dimes, two nickels and forty-five pennies, or you could have two dimes, eight nickels and forty pennies. An easy way of approaching this problem is to start by imagining that you have fifty pennies. You have the right number of coins, but are fifty cents short. Instead of adding other coins, you replace pennies with them: replacing a penny with a nickel gains four cents, a dime gains nine, and a quarter gains twenty-four. You can't possibly use more than two quarters, so there are few cases to consider there: If you replace two pennies with quarters, you've gained forty-eight cents, so you only need two more; but any further replacement will give you too much. If you use one quarter, you need to make up twenty-six more cents in steps of four or nine; it's easy to see that two of each works. Finally, with no quarters, you need to gain fifty cents using increments of four or nine; this yields the second solution.
It depends on which currency you use. Some may be able to include certain denominations of coin while others cannot.If you are using currency from the United States' mints, 3 quarters and 5 nickels equal a dollar.
Two half dollars.One half dollar and two quarters.One half dollar, one quarter, two dimes and one nickel.One half dollar, one quarter, two dimes and five pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime and three nickels.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime, two nickels and five pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime, one nickel and ten pennies.One half dollar, one quarter. one dime and and fifteen pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one nickel and twenty pennies.One half dollar, one quarter and twenty-five pennies.One half dollar, two dimes and thirty pennies.One half dollar, one dime, one nickel and thirty-five pennies.One half dollar, one dime and forty pennies.One half dollar, one nickel and forty-five pennies.One half dollar, and fifty pennies.One quarter, two dimes and fifty-five pennies.One quarter, one dime, two nickels and fifty-five pennies.One quarter, one dime, one nickel and sixty pennies.One quarter, one dime and sixty-five pennies.One quarter, two nickels and sixty-five pennies.One quarter, one nickel and seventy pennies.One quarter and seventy five pennies.Two dimes and eighty pennies.One dime, two nickels and eighty pennies.Four nickels and eighty pennies.One dime, one nickel and eighty five pennies.Three nickels and eighty five pennies.One dime and ninety pennies.Two nickels and ninety pennies.One nickel and ninety-five pennies.One one dollar coin.Four quarters.Ten dimes.Twenty nickels.Nineteen nickels and five pennies.Eighteen nickels and ten pennies.Seventeen nickels and fifteen pennies.Sixteen nickels and twenty pennies.Fifteen nickels and twenty-five pennies.Fourteen nickels and thirty pennies.Thirteen nickels and thirty-five pennies.Twelve nickels and forty pennies.Eleven nickels and forty-five pennies.Ten nickels and fifty pennies.Nine nickels and fifty -five pennies.Eight nickels and sixty pennies.Seven nickels and sixty-five penniesSix nickels and seventy pennies.Five nickels and seventy-five pennies.Four nickels and eighty pennies.Three nickels and eighty-five pennies.One hundred pennies.
q = d + 8. 10d + 25q = 515 so 10d + 25d + 200 = 515 ie 35 d = 315 so d = 9 and q = 17 Check 9 x 10 + 17 x 25 = 90 + 425 = 515 QED
john got 5 nickles that would be the same denomination, one penny and 2 QUARTERS hope this helps!
eight dimes make up what percent of a Dollar
 20 pennies is one way, Then take 1 nickel (5 cents) with 15 penniesThen take 2 nickels with: 10 pennies or 1 dimeThen 3 nickels with: 5 pennies or another nickel (4 nickels total)Take 1 dime with: another dime (2 dimes total) ten penniesEight ways should be it. Assuming the order of the coins is not important( 1 dime and 2 nickels is the same as 2 nickels and 1 dime for example)
it means eight tenths or eight dimes