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posted by kaylmur .
IF U WANT TO MAKE A DOLLAR OUT OF 50 COINS HOW DO YOU DO IT? PLEASE HELP THX
first you would want to multiply 50 x 4 and you will get your answer
ALL I GET IS 200 I NEED 50 COINS TO MAKE 1 DOLLAR SO WHAT COINS DO I NEED?
45 pennies
two nickels
two dimes
one quarter.
THANK YOU SO MUCH I WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOO STUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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