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Set up your equations based upon the following: Let N = number of nickles. Let N + 1 = number of dimes. Let 5N = the value (in cents) of all the nickles. Let 10(N + 1) = the value (in cents) of all the dimes. Let 235 = the total value (in cents) of all the coins (nickles and dimes). In English, the value of the dimes plus the value of the nickles equals the total value of the coins. Algebraically, we write: 5N + 10(N + 1) = 235 The distributive law of multiplication lets us rewrite that this way: 5N + 10N + 10 = 235 Grouping lets us write that this way: 15N + 10 = 235 Subtracting 10 from both sides of the equation yields: 15N = 225 Dividing both sides by 15 yields: N = 15 So, we have 15 nickles and 15 + 1, or 16, dimes.
235 ÷ 5 = 47
I am not positive but if it is in a package of 235 i am pretty sure it is 235!
If a rock sample is determined to have one-quarter of the uranium-235 content it had when it formed the age of the rock sample is 1.426 billion years.
The factors of 235 are 1, 5, 47, 235. For them to be common, they need to be compared to another set of factors.
235 lbs is 106.59kg
Uranium 235 has several isotopes but, 235 would contain 235 electrons in one atom.
235 grams = 8.289381 ounces.
235 millimeters = 9.2519685 inches
235 millimeters = 9.25 inches.
235 g = 0.518086 lb