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Which expression represents the value of 5 nickels and x dimes?

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    Do you have choices? or are you needing an original?

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    10x + 5 5(5) + 10x 5x + 10x

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    The second one. You already know that 5 nickels is 5(5) (or 25) and so with 10 being the value of a single dime, just multiply that by the number of dimes (x).

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    @Nurali You got it! @kattieshelafoe There is your answer.

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    5(5) + 10x

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