Q: Where are the nickels in ridde school 3?

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60 nickels

6 dimes, 5 dimes 2 nickels, 4 dimes 4 nickels, 3 dimes 6 nickels, 2 dimes 8 nickels, 1 dime, 10 nickels, and 12 nickels.

1 nickel = 0.05 dollars -> 3 / 0.05 = 60 nickels

3 feet's worth of nickels. Waste your own time doing that.

Depends on how many nickels you have. If you have less than three nickels the probability is zero. If not, 100% (should you decide to throw them).

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Her name is Anna Camilla Ridde

60 nickels amount to $3.

$1.65 is 3 quarters + 18 nickels.

8 dimes, 1 nickel 7 dimes, 3 nickels 6 dimes, 5 nickels 5 dimes, 7 nickels 4 dimes, 9 nickels 3 dimes, 11 nickels 2 dimes, 13 nickels 1 dime, 15 nickels 17 nickels

60 nickels

3 qurarter and 9 nickels = dimes

7 nickels, 3 quarters

That would be 19 nickels.

2 quarters 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 1 nickel 1 quarter, 1 dime, 3 nickels 1 quarter, 5 nickels 5 dimes 4 dimes, 2 nickels 3 dimes, 4 nickels 2 dimes, 6 nickels 1 dime, 8 nickels 10 nickels

There are 18 possible combinations of quarters, dimes and nickels that total 75 cents. They are: 1) -- 3 Quarters 2) -- 2 Quarters, 2 Dimes, 1 Nickel 3) -- 2 Quarters, 1 Dime, 3 Nickels 4) -- 2 Quarters, 5 Nickels 5) -- 1 Quarter, 5 Dimes 6) -- 1 Quarter, 4 Dimes, 2 Nickels 7) -- 1 Quarter, 3 Dimes, 4 Nickels 8) -- 1 Quarter, 2 Dimes, 6 Nickels 9) -- 1 Quarter, 1 Dime, 8 Nickels 10) -- 1 Quarter, 10 Nickels 11) -- 7 Dimes, 1 Nickel 12) -- 6 Dimes, 3 Nickels 13) -- 5 Dimes, 5 Nickels 14) -- 4 Dimes, 7 Nickels 15) -- 3 Dimes, 9 Nickels 16) -- 2 Dimes, 11 Nickels 17) -- 1 Dime, 13 Nickels 18) -- 15 Nickels

65 pennies 0 dimes and 13 nickels 1 dime and 10 nickels 2 dimes and 9 nickels 3 dimes and 7 nickels 4 dimes and 5 nickels 5 dimes and 3 nickels 6 dimes and 1 nickel 2 quarters and 1 dime and 1 nickel That's all I can think of, but there are much more!