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  1. fiedster23
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    equation 1: coins N + D = 41 equation 2: .25n + .10d = 5.45

  2. mathstudent55
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    Let's call the number of nickels, n Let's call the number of quarters, q The total number of coins is 41 With n nickels and q quarters, how do you express to total of 41 as an equation? Then each nickel is worth 0.05 and each quarter 0.25. How much are n nickels worth? How much are q quarters worth? The sum of their worth is $5.45

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    @fiedster23 There are no dimes here. It's nickels and quarters.

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    sorry

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