30% of 109 = 32.7 therefore 30% off 109 is 76.3 (109 - 32.7)
25 cents plus 5 cents = 30 cents. One of these coins is not a nickel.
A quarter and a nickel.
1 x 109, 109 x 1.
There are 5C3 = (5*4*3)/(2*1) = 30 combinations.
Three dimes 30 one-cent coins A quarter and 5 one-cent coins
With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.
109/171 = 109 ÷ 171 = 0.6374
The product is 3270
If you have between 20 and 30 coins and if you share them among 10 people how many coins you will get will depend on how you divide the coins. For example, if you have 30 coins and divide them evenly between 10 people, you will all get three coins each.
You have a quarter and a nickel. Only ONE coin can't be a nickel, not both.
Beethoven's op 109 is his piano sonata number 30, dated 1820.
The two coins that are 30 cents are a nickel and a quarter.
A quarter and a 5-cent nickel (or half-dime) would make 30 cents.
A quarter and a nickel. One is not a quarter, the other one is.
30 pennies, 4 nickels and 5 dimes.
Yes, that means you have 26 coins which is indeed between 20 and 30 coins.
Assuming you mean "Which coins must you have if you have 30 coins that add to $1.09 c", there are a large variet of possibilities that largely depend of the country the coins come from. This is because different countries have different denominations of coins.
The correct statement of the puzzle is "What 2 coins make 30 cents if one of them is not a nickel?"The answer of course is a quarter and a nickel - the quarter is the one that's not a nickel!
A quarter and a nickel. The other one is the nickel.
there are 30 coins in chest B...3/4 of the total are in A and 1/4 of the total are in B. So you divide 120 by 4 and get 30. So 30 x 3 = 90 = A, and 30 x 1 = 30 = B
30 pennys 30 1 half dollar 31 2 dimes 33