Posted by **kayla** on Friday, September 26, 2008 at 8:20pm.

rose counted her money and found that her 25 coins which were nickels, dimes, and quarters were worth $3.20. The number of dimes exceeded the number of nickels by 4. How many coins of each kind did she have?

I know that the expression for nickles would be 5x, for dimes it would be

10x + 40, but i dont understand how to do the expression for quarters.....can someone help me with the answer

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