5th grade math

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how many ways can you use a dime, quarter, and nickel to make .60 cents?

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    Which ways have you found?

    I'll be glad to comment on your answer.

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    13 ways
    2q1d0n
    2q0d2n
    0q0d12n
    1q1d5n
    1q0d7n
    0q6d0n
    0q1d10n
    1q3d1n
    0q3d6n
    0q5d2n
    0q4d4n
    1q2d3n
    0q2d8n

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    That's great!

  • 5th grade math -

    is there more?

  • 5th grade math -

    Ryan worked 1 3/4 hours one day and 2 3/4 hours the next day. Estimate the total number of hours he works on both days combined.

  • 5th grade math -

    Instead of using fractions use quarter I have one dollar and three quarters and 2 dollars and three quarters try this

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