anonymous
  • anonymous
24 coins. 1/3rd are pennies, 1/4th are nickels, and 1/6th are dimes. How many are quarters? and how much money in all? full step by step help please!!!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well theres only one time of coin left? So you have to add up 1/3, 1/4 and 1/6 then take that away from 1. This will give you a fraction which will be the number of quarters left. Then from this just use the fractions and the knowledge you have 24 coins and voila. You have your answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
multiply 24 to each fraction and add all those numbers together. Those are the number of coins that are not quarters then simply just subtract it from 24
radar
  • radar
8 pennies 8 cents 6 nickels 30 cents 4 dimes 40 cents 6 quarters $1.50 total $2.28

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radar
  • radar
These figures were obtained by the "Romero" method.
radar
  • radar
Using the dimc88 method. number of quarters = 1-1/3-1/4-1/6=24/24-8/24-6/24-4/24=6/24=1/4 were quarters.
yuki
  • yuki
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