Q: Marcus has a total of 10 nickels and dimes in his pocket he has a total of 70 cents how many dimes does he havein his pocket?

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7 nickels are in 35 cents.

If you mean in 30 cents, there are 6 nickels (30 cents / 5 cents = 6) If you mean 30 dollars, the answer is 600 nickels (3000 cents / 5 cents)

25 cents * (1 nickel / 5 cents) = 5 nickels

5 dimes = 50 cents 3 nickels = 15 cents Total is 65 cents

9 ways 2 dimes and 3 cents 1 dime and 2 nickels and 3 cents 1 dime and 1 nickel and 8 cents 1 dime and 13 cents 4 nickels and 3 cents 3 nickels and 8 cents 2 nickels and 13 cents 1 nickel and 18 cents 23 cents

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7 nickels are in 35 cents.

If you mean in 30 cents, there are 6 nickels (30 cents / 5 cents = 6) If you mean 30 dollars, the answer is 600 nickels (3000 cents / 5 cents)

25 cents * (1 nickel / 5 cents) = 5 nickels

5 cents. The only nickels to contain silver are the "war nickels" produced from 1943-1945 with a large mintmark over the Monticello. 1964 nickels use the same composition as today, have a high mintage and are easily found in pocket change. They are worth no more than 5 cents. There were over 2 billion nickels minted that year.

One nickels is worth 5 cents so 19 nickels are worth 95 cents.

A nickel is worth 5 cents so n nickels have a value of 5n cents.

A nickel is worth 5 cents so if you have N nickels their value in cents is 5*N

7 nickels are 35 cents. To figure this out is just take the value of a nickel(5 cents) and multiply it by the number of nickels! 7x5=35.

5 dimes = 50 cents 3 nickels = 15 cents Total is 65 cents

12 - a half dollar is 50 cents, or 10 nickels; a dime is 10 cents, or 2 nickels.

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