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Q: Working with coins 2 quarters plus 1dime?

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You can use 3 quarters 6 nickles and 5 pennies. 75 plus 30 equals 1 dollar and 5 cents plus 5 pennies is $1.10 3 plus 6 is 9 plus 5 equals 14. So now you know you have 14 coins and $1.10

one and three quarters

Three quarters = 75 cents plus 2 dimes to make it 95 cents.

$1.19 is the total.

Nine. there are four quarters in one, so therefore, two has eight quarters, plus one extra makes nine quarters.

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six quarters. That is equal to one and half.

You can use 3 quarters 6 nickles and 5 pennies. 75 plus 30 equals 1 dollar and 5 cents plus 5 pennies is $1.10 3 plus 6 is 9 plus 5 equals 14. So now you know you have 14 coins and $1.10

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Three quarters = 75 cents plus 2 dimes to make it 95 cents.

14 quarters plus 7 quarters = 21 quarters= 5 and a quarter (1 quarter is 1 fourth)

Three quarters of four is one.

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9 dollars plus 12 quarters plus 25 dimes plus 11 nickels plus 18 pennies = $15.23

14 quarters plus 15 dimes plus 12 nickels and 5 pennies is a total amount of $5.65

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