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There are 83 coins. If there are N nickels then there are (83 - N) dimes.

Davida has nickels worth 5N and dimes worth 10(83 - N) but.

5N + 10(83 - N) = 695

5N + 830 - 10N = 695

5N = 830 -695 = 135 therefore N = 135/5 = 27 : D = 83 - N = 83 - 27 = 56

Davida has 27 nickels and 56 dimes.

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