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How many dimes are in 4 and threefifths dollars?

3/5 of a dollar = 0.60 (3/5)
4.60/0.10 = ? 
I don't know how to do the equation:
How many dimes are in $4+3/5? 
4.60/0.10 = ? <~~This means to divide 4.60 by .10

Or, your could do,
Assuming you know that a dollar is 10 dimes, etc.
1.00 = 10 dimes
4.00 = 4 * 10 dimes = 40 dimes
0.60 cents = 6 dimes
4.60 = 40 dimes + 6 dimes
4.60 = ? dimes
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