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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0let x = no. of pennies y = dimes z = quarters x+ y + z = 44 x = y 1(cent)x + 10(cent) y + 25 (cent) z = 476 cents now...the magic begins... x+ y + z = 44 x  y =0 x + 10y + 25z = 476 z = 442y 9y 24z = 432 3y + 8z = 144 3y + 8(442y) = 144 3y + 352  16y = 144 13y = 208 y = 16 x = 16 z = 12 ..so 16 pennies, 16 dimes, and 12 quarters

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 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Wow! That was way better explained than I expected. Bookmarking this Thank you very much.
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