mah

posted by .

Use pennies, nickles, dimes, and quarters. Make a combination that is worth one dollar where you have one of some kind of coin, double of another, double that of another, and some number of the last coin.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Math

    Make a combination that's worth one dollar where you have one of sum kind of coin, doulbe of another, double that of another, and some number of the last coin
  2. Math

    a piggy bank contains $8.80 in quarters, dimes and nickles. there are two more than five times as many nickles as quarters, and four less than twice as many dimes as quarters. how may of each coin are there
  3. 8th grade math

    Matt has twice as many quarters as dimes in his coin collection. If the dimes and quarters together total $9.00 how many of each kind of coin does he have?
  4. pre algebra

    in vanessas coin bank there are 4 times as many quarters as nickels, 2 fewer dimes than nickles and 15 pennies.the total amount in the bank is 5.80. how many of each coin are in the bank
  5. Math word problem

    lydi sold 4/5 of her candles to raise money for the band. she has 8 candles left. how many candles did lydia start with?
  6. Math

    6 quarters, 4 dimes, 3 nickels, 10 pennies. what is the probability you will get at least one of each coin in change of 1 dollar
  7. Math

    Raul says he has equal numbers of dimes and quarters and four times as many nickles as dimes. The value of his nickles and dimes is 50 cents more than the value of his quarters. How many of each kind of coin does he have?
  8. math

    Using pennies, nickels, dimes or quarters, determine which kind of coin is in each circle in the answer Colum. First clue: The total value of the four coins is an odd number. Second clue: The sum of the value of the middle 2 coins …
  9. algebra

    Jim has some nickels, dimes and quarters worth $5.30. There are five times as many dimes as quarters, and six more nickels than dimes. How many of each kind of coin does he have?
  10. algebra

    A family has a coin jar that is now full. The children count the change and calculate the total value to be $29.42. Let Q represent the number of quarters and use the information below to find the number of each coin. There are: 138 …

More Similar Questions