Q: How many pennies can go into 14 dimes?

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There are a very large number of different solutions.

6 pennies go into a dollar about 16 times

It gets to be a lot of work to find them all. I will show you how to do it without the pennies, then it will just take a bit of time to do the next step and do it with pennies if you want to use those too. Think about using 2 quarters, 1 quarter or no quarters. If you use 2 quarters, you have to make the remaining 15¢ with either no dimes or 1 dime and the rest has to be in nickels. That gives us 2 ways. If you use 1 quarter, you have to make the remaining 40¢ with either no dimes, 1 dime, 2 dimes, 3 dimes or 4 dimes and the rest, if there is any, has be to in nickels. That's 5 more ways. If you don't use any quarters, you have to make the entire 65¢ with either 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 dimes and the rest in nickels. That's 7 more ways. 2+5+7 = 14 ways in all. Now go through the same process but add in pennies!

10,000 pennies = $100

i don't know go ask a hobo

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There are a very large number of different solutions.

The X.X1 at the end of the number implies that there could be 1, 11, 21, 31, etc. pennies. Now, we could go through and test the instances. .01 means that there is 1 penny. Therefore, there are 2 dimes to make .31, which does not work. .11 means that there are 11 pennies. Therefore, 22 dimes are required, which make $2.31. This works, so there are 22 dimes.

There are at least two different ways: 2 quarters 3 dimes 1 nickel 15 pennies 21 total 1 quarter 3 dimes 7 nickels 10 pennies 21 total The system is to go through and make a systematic list now go to the maximum amount of dimes you may find more answers.

6 pennies go into a dollar about 16 times

It gets to be a lot of work to find them all. I will show you how to do it without the pennies, then it will just take a bit of time to do the next step and do it with pennies if you want to use those too. Think about using 2 quarters, 1 quarter or no quarters. If you use 2 quarters, you have to make the remaining 15¢ with either no dimes or 1 dime and the rest has to be in nickels. That gives us 2 ways. If you use 1 quarter, you have to make the remaining 40¢ with either no dimes, 1 dime, 2 dimes, 3 dimes or 4 dimes and the rest, if there is any, has be to in nickels. That's 5 more ways. If you don't use any quarters, you have to make the entire 65¢ with either 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 dimes and the rest in nickels. That's 7 more ways. 2+5+7 = 14 ways in all. Now go through the same process but add in pennies!

10,000 pennies = $100

i don't know go ask a hobo

Dimes minted in 1965 and later weigh 1/8 of an ounce, so get out your calculator and go with it.

probably a lot

how many you ask well just do math 10x100= 1000 so there you go a thousand dimes go into a hundred dollar bill

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