Math, Algrebra II High school

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You have 29 coins, the total value of which is $1.77. The number of quarter is eight less than the number of pennies and the rest are nickels. How many of each coin do you have?

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    Q=P-8
    N=29-Q-P

    25Q+P+5N=177

    can you solve this by substution?

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