3 dimes, 2 nickels, and 3 pennies
Pat has 3.80 in nickels and dimes. She has 51 coins in all. Pat has 26 nickels of the 51 coins.
US nickels weigh 5 gm; current Canadian nickels are 3.95 gm. That means:100 grams of US nickels = 100/5 = 20 coins (exactly)100 grams of Canadian nickels = 100/3.95 = 25.32 coins, or 25 coins rounded to the nearest whole number
You could have fourteen dimes and one nickel or twenty-seven nickels and one dime or any of the combinations in between. This problem needs to know the number of coins.
20 - 10 of each
47 Quarters 83 Nickels
12 x 100/80 ie 15%
US nickels weigh 5.00 gm so there are exactly 100 nickels in a half-kilo. Current Canadian nickels weigh 3.95 gm so there are 127 nickels in a half-kilo, rounded to the nearest whole number of coins.
Ten it each group.
Since the smallest of these currency values (the nickel) is equal to 5 cents, the number of five cent coins that go into a dollar is equal to 20. It is impossible to have a combination of 35 nickels and dimes whose sum is exactly equal to a dollar.
A standard US roll of nickels contains 40 coins.