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A dime is worth 10 cents each, or $0.10. This means that there are 10 dimes in a dollar. If these dimes are split into two equal groups, then 10/2 = 5 dimes per group.

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Q: If a dollars worth of dimes is divided into two equal groups how many dimes will be in each group?
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