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Q: How do you use 7 coins to make 53 cents?

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10.50 x .05 = .525. About 53 cents.

They are 53*1, 53*2, 53*3, ... . 53*10 If you need them worked out, I suggest you use the calculator that comes with your computer.

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You can figure this out by experimenting a bit. Obviously, to have that many coins, most of the coins must be pennies. Also, the number of pennies must be a multiple of 5, since all coins larger than pennies are multiples of 5. If you use 45 pennies and 8 nickels, you have the right amount of coins, but not enough money. The solution turns out to be 45 pennies, 4 nickels, and 4 dimes.

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