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Amanda has $227 worth of bills in her purse. She has 6 more $5 bills than $10 bills. The number of $1 bills is three fewer than 25 times the number of $10 bills. How many bills of each kind does Amanda have?

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  1. Count the bills, and count the values.
    # of tens: x
    # of fives: x+6
    # of ones: 25x-3
    so,
    10x + 5(x+6) + 1(25x-3) = 227
    now do your magic.

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  2. # of tens: 5
    # of fives: 11
    # of ones: 122

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