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Q: Jill has 3.50 in nickels and dimes If she has 50 coins how many of each type of coin does she have?

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20 pennies = 20 08 nickels.. = 40 02 dimes... = 20 --- ................ --- 30 ................ 80

there r 40 nikels

More information is needed. You have to know how many of each coin are in the sample set in order to determine a probability of selecting any particular coin or combination of coins. Please post a new, separate question with that information.

A system. X = nickles and Y = dimes. all money changed to pennies for convenience.- 5(X + Y = 25)5X + 10Y = 165- 5X - 5Y = - 1255X + 10Y = 165----------------------------add5Y = 40Y = 8======so (25 - 8 = 17)X = 17============

A pie diagram or pie chart is an illustration to show how information breaks down into categories. There are examples in the related links. Basically each wedge in a circle is drawn in proportion to the amount of the whole it represents. For example if a pie chart was drawn for a collection of coins where half the coins were dimes and 1/4 of the coins were pennies and 1/4 of the coins were nickels, the pie would be cut in half and then one of the halves cut in half again. Each piece would represent one type of coin.

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20 dimes = 2.00 20 nickels = 1.00 Total = 3.00

20 pennies = 20 08 nickels.. = 40 02 dimes... = 20 --- ................ --- 30 ................ 80

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