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Q: Mia has twice as many quarters as she has dimes If she has 3 dollars and60 cents total how many of each type of coin does she have?

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Coin or banknote: Quantity: dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickel pennies cents dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents 4 quarters equals: 4 quarters equals 1 dollar

First subtract the dollars, then get rid of the quarters. This leaves two dimes.

If by 500 you mean 500 cents then : 50 dimes or 100 nickels or 20 quarters. If you mean 500 dollars then: 5,000 dimes or 10,000 nickels or 2,000 quarters.

10 quarters = 250 cents (25 x 10) 7 dimes = 70 cents (7 x 10) 250 + 70 = 320 10 quarters and 7 dimes equal 320 cents. In other words, $3.20 or 3 dollars and twenty cents.

1 quarter = 25 cents 1 dime = 10 cents ⇒ 10 quarters + 2 dimes = 10 x 25 cents + 2 x 10 cents = 270 cents

92 quarters is equal to 23 dollars. 46 dimes is equal to 4 dollars and sixty cents. 23 nickels is equal to one dollar and fifteen cents. Together, the amount is equal to $28.75

The denominations for 1959 were: Half dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Cents.

If you have 37 coins and 18 are quaters ($4.50) and 19 are dimes ($1.90) then the amount is $6.40.

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Three quarters are 75 cents and four dimes are 40 cents. $0.75 + $0.40 = $1.15 (a dollar and 15 cents).

I believe there are 19 ways to make ten dollars with only quarters and dimes. Quarters have to be in increments of 2 so there would be 2 quarters and 95 dimes, 4 quarters and 90 dimes and so on til there are 38 quarters and 5 dimes.

I don't think that this can be done using current US coins. In Canada, however, there are at least three combinations: -- 80 cents, 17 dimes, 2 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 85 cents, 9 dimes, 5 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 90 cents 1 dime, 8 quarters and a two dollar coin

There are 5 ways to make 30 cents using quarters, nickels, and dimes.

Pennies are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 50 cents Nickels are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 2 dollars Quarters are approx 2 3/4 inches worth 10 dollars Dimes are approx 2 1/2 inches worth 5 dollars

85 dimes = 85*10 cents = 85*10/25 quarters = 34 quarters.

3 quarters = 75 cents 7 dimes= 70 cents 3 nickels= 15 cents 8 pennies= 8 cents for a total of 168 cents or $1.68

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

3 quarters, and two dimes

60 cents, 39 dimes, 0 quarters, 1 half = $5. 65 cents, 31 dimes, 3 quarters, 1 half = $5. 70 cents, 23 dimes, 6 quarters, 1 half = $5. 75 cents, 15 dimes, 9 quarters, 1 half = $5. 80 cents, 7 dimes, 12 quarters, 1 half = $5 there are other combination as well with nickels etc

There are 18 ways to make change for 75 cents with only quarters, dimes and nickels.

Only dollars, half dollars an quarters dated 1776-1976 are "Bicentennial" coins. Dimes, nickels and cents are face value.

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In the number of coins the raio of 4 dimes to 3 quarters is 4:3. In terms of money amount, 4 dimes equals 40 cents and 3 quarters equals 75 cents, so the ratio is 40:75. This can be reduced to 8:15.

In 1796 the US Mint in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania produced half cents, large cents, half dimes, dimes, quarters, half dollars and one dollars. Please examine your coin and then post a new question showing the denomination of your coin.

The official US Mint began striking coins in 1793 producing 35,334 half cents and 74,409 large cents. Silver dollars, half dollars and half dimes were not minted until the following year in 1794 and quarters and dimes were not minted until 1796.