# math !!!! :O

The cost of making money varies form coin to coin:
Pennies: 0.8 cents each
Nickels: 2.9 cents each
Dimes: 1.7 cents each
Quarter: 3.7 cents each
Half dollars: 7.8 cents each
What is the cost of making \$5.00 worth of each coin?

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1. 500 pennies = \$5.00
500 * 0.008 = \$4.00

100 nickels = \$5.00
100 * 0.029 = ?

I think you can take it from here.

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2. i dnt get it

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