Janine has $12.50 in pennies(p), dimes(d), and half-dollars(h) in her pickle jar. She has 5 times as many dimes as half dollars and 5 times as many pennies as dimes
a) if Janine has h half dollars, write algebraic expressions for the numbers of dimes and pennies that she has

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- jim_thompson5910

if `She has 5 times as many dimes as half dollars` then how many dimes does she have (in terms of h)?

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@jim_thompson5910 1/5d = h

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- jim_thompson5910

which is equivalent to d = 5h, good

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and if it says `5 times as many pennies as dimes` then what is an expression for the number of pennies (in terms of d dimes)?

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5p=d or 1/5p =d

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(# of pennies) = 5*(number of dimes)
p = 5d

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so we know
d = 5h
p = 5d

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does that help you see how to finish?

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yes thank you

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