anonymous
  • anonymous
Robert found 24 coins. 1/3 of them were pennies, 1/4 were nickels, 1/6 were dimes and the rest were quarters. How many were quarters? How much money had he found all together? Please Help
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If 1/3 of the coins were pennies, we can take 1/3 of 24. This can be applied to the nickles and to the dimes as well with their respective fractions. If you total those coins, the remaining number of coins out of 24 will be the number of quarters you have
anonymous
  • anonymous
8 6 4 5 repsectively
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you so much for your help

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