Q: Are there more dimes or quarters in a 5 gallon water jug?

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160 quarters = $40.00480 dimes = $48.003,999 pennies = $39.99

Eighteen

70 - 30 = 40, 40/2 - 20, so there are 20 dimes and 50 quarters

Helen has twice as many dimes as nickels and five more quarters than nickels the value of her coins is 4.75 how many dimes does she have?

2 quarters,4 dimes, and 3 pennies

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its obvious, quarters

He has 18 quarters (for $4.50)...........and 10 dimes ($1.00)

I have filled up 3 quart jars Of quarters, their value range from 176 dollars to 198 dollars I am trying to fill a quart jar with dimes but that takes a long time. I suspect that the dimes Will be worth more than the quarters Because they pack together tighter.

What kind of question is this exactly?

A really, really large number. (But more than 2.5 times as many dimes would fit in the same barrel -- so if you're offered a barrel full of either dimes or quarters, pick dimes.)

dimes is more because 500 dimes dont equal 25 quarters just multiply and you will figure outttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

2 quarters, 4 dimes and 3 pennies.2 quarters, 4 dimes and 3 pennies.2 quarters, 4 dimes and 3 pennies.2 quarters, 4 dimes and 3 pennies.

160 quarters = $40.00480 dimes = $48.003,999 pennies = $39.99

4 Qs 12 Dimes 20 Nickles

Eighteen

4 ways:4 quarters3 quarters + 2 dimes + 1 nickel2 quarters + 5 dimes1 quarter + 7 dimes + 1 nickelAll other combinations would require more than 1 nickel and/or more than 9 dimes.

70 - 30 = 40, 40/2 - 20, so there are 20 dimes and 50 quarters