What is 18 quarters and 18 dimes?
Too much to carry in your pocket comfortably.
Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills.
Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills.
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Sorry to pop any bubble you may have, but assuming the coins are all dated 1965 or later they're only worth face value. Dimes and quarters from 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel and don't have any silver, so they have no value to a metal dealer. However if there are any halves mixed in that are dated 1969 or earlier, they contain anywhere from 40% to 90% silver, so those would be worth more if sold to a metal dealer. If you can't spend them easily, DO NOT TAKE THEM TO A COIN-COUNTING MACHINE! Those machines take 8 to 10 cents out of every dollar put in as a so-called "convenience" fee. Call a couple of banks and see if they take unwrapped coins. If you live in the northeast part of the U.S. there's a big chain bank with a green logo* that will count coins for free. (*) I work for a competing financial company so I can't use specific names.
When you're 18 most people finish college and they say they are gonna move out.
A man has twenty coins consisting of dimes and quarters If the dimes were quarters and the quarters were dimes he would have ninety cents more than he has now How many dimes and quarters does he have?
20 coins, consisting of dimes and quarters. if the values were switched, the difference would be 90 cents. . This is how i came up with my answer. solving the system: one equation describes the number of coins: x + y = 20 where x is the number of dimes and y is the number of quarters. the other equation describes the amount of money: (0.25x + 0.1y) - (0.1x + 0.25y) = 0.90 (0.25x + 0.1y) describes when the dimes are quarters and the quarters are dimes. (0.1x + 0.25y) describes when the dimes and quarters are their original values. The difference is supposed to be $0.90 or 90cents. Therefore, by the elimination method of solving a system of equations: x + y = 20 #1 (0.25x + 0.1y) - (0.1x + 0.25y) = 0.9 #2 simplify #2 to become: 0.15x - 0.15y = 0.9 #3 x + y = 20 #1 0.15x - 0.15y = 0.9 #3 multiply #1 by 0.15: 0.15x + 0.15y = 3 #4 0.15x - 0.15y = 0.9 #3 add #4 and #3: 0.30x = 3.9 x = 13 therefore, the number of dimes that the man has is 13. to find the number of quarters, x is evaluated in the 1st equation. x + y = 20 13 + y = 20 y = 20 - 13 y = 7 This can be checked as follows. 13 dimes = 130 cents 7 quarters = 175 cents total = 305 cents 13 quarters = 325 cents 7 dimes = 70 cents total = 395 cents The difference between the two is 90 cents. Therefore, the man had 13 dimes and 7 quarters. . By the way, is this a question that you are doing in class, have the answer to and are seeing who can figure it out, or are you proposing it for another reason? Addendum (by PatrickLMT): Actually, this question was featured in the February 26, 1974 comic strip "Peanuts." Peppermint Patty had this question in school and despaired of finding the answer.
According to the US Mint, the quarter is heaviest. Current weights: Quarter - 5.67 gm Nickel - 5.00 gm Dime - 2.27 gm
\n. \n. Let q represent value of a quarter.\n Let d represent value of a dime.\n Let x represent number of dimes.\n q = 0.25\n d = 0.10\n 6q = xd\n 6(0.25) = x(0.10)\n 1.50 = x(0.10)\n 15 = x\n . \n. Therefore - 15 dimes are needed for 6 quarters.\n \n . ( I'm not sure what you meant in your question because of how you worded it out... )
Dimes, quarters, halves, and dollars were made of 90% silver and 10% copper.. Modern circulation U.S. coins don't contain any precious metal, despite urban legends that the outer cladding is still silver or that the new small dollar coins have some real gold in them.
Eighteen could be broken down to 10 and 8 So, if you are adding 18+18 then you could convert it into 10+10+8+8 20+16= 36 18 + 18= 36
A US pound is 453.6 grams. A nickel weighs 5 grams so there are 453.6/5 = 90.7 nickels. Youcan't have a part of a nickel, so assuming you have 91 nickelstheir value would be 91*$0.05 = $4.55 A dime weighs 2.27 gm, or 0.08 oz so there are 200 dimes, or $20,in a pound. A pound of quarters is also worth about $20.00 Total: $44.55
Circulating dimes and quarters dated 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel rather than silver, so they have no extra value.
Silver dimes and quarters were minted from 1796 to 1964. Most of them were made of 90% silver and 10% copper. For other denominations, halves were silver from 1794 to 1970, but those dated 1965-1970 were made of 40% silver, not 90% silver. Silver dollars were made of 90% silver up till 1935. Contrary to many misunderstandings, most nickels were never made of silver - only the famous "war nickels" struck during WWII contained silver, and only 35%.
A dime is a five cent coin. A quarter is a twenty five cent coin.It therefore takes five dimes to make a quarter.
Wow. I am no coin expert, but if it is a quarter that is actually silver, not nickel, and the imprint is raised, and not indented, probably priceless. We see very few "screw ups" from the mints, but when we do, some coin collectors go nuts for them.
There are two possible answers for this question.. A: if these are actual quaters, then you started with 97 cents. B: if you spent 3/4's of your money then you would have started with 72 cents.
18 + 24 + 18 = 60/3 = 20 The average of the three numbers is therefore 20.
Work in cents... 10D + 25Q = 405 and D = Q - 5 Substitute: 10(Q - 5) + 25Q = 405 ie 10Q - 50 + 25Q = 405 ie 35Q = 455 so Q = 13, making D = 8
The ridges on the edges of dimes and quarters was designed to prevent both counterfeiting and 'clipping' -- the practice of shaving some of the metal off the edge, which would quickly add up, seeing as the coins were originally made of silver.
According to the official weights of U.S. contemporary coins, a quarter weighs 5.67 grams. One pound = 453.59 gms; therefore there are approximately 80 quarters per pound. 18 pounds of quarters times 80 quarters per pound = 1440 quarters at value of .25 cents each is (drum roll please!) . . . $360.00 Note: This is only an estimate. A more reliable way would be to measure one pound of quarters on a very reliable scale, count the value of one pound, and then multiply by 18.
You have 5.15 in dimes and quarters you have eight more quarters than dimes how many quarters do you have?
q = d + 8. 10d + 25q = 515 so 10d + 25d + 200 = 515 ie 35 d = 315 so d = 9 and q = 17 Check 9 x 10 + 17 x 25 = 90 + 425 = 515 QED
The US Mint lists the following weights: Cent - 2.5 gm Nickel - 5.0 gm Dime - 2.27 gm Quarter - 5.67 gm Half - 11.34 gm "Golden" dollar - 8.1 gm
A dollar and thirty cents (4 Ã 25) + (3 Ã 10) = 100 + 30 = 130 [cents] or $1.30
Dona has 18 pieces if dimes and quarters the total amount is 2.70 pesos how many of each coin does she have?
if it were $2.70, then to solve it: let d be number of dimes and q be number of quarters d + q = 18 .10d + .25q = 2.70 solving for these two equations you would get: d=12 q=6 if you really did mean 2.70 pesos, you would simply just need to find the currency rate of the USD and pesos and exchange it for 2.70
1200 dimes multiplied by 10 cents per dime gives the monetary value of the coins in cents--12,000 cents. Dividing this by 25 cents, the value of a single quarter, gives the number of quarters, or 480.
Since minus a negative is the same as a plus, then 18 - (-18) is the same as 18+18 = 36
Because that's a part of life. You Have to be 18 so u can vote, drive, etc.
No. Oxygen always has 8 protons. Oxygen 18 has 8 protons and 10 neutrons (8 + 10 = 18)
You have 9.45 in quarters and dimes in your pocket The number of dimes is 18 less than twice the number of quarters How many of each do you have in your pocket?
d = 2q - 18; 10d + 25q = 945 10(2q - 18) + 25q = 945 20q - 180 + 25q = 945 45q = 1125 q = 25 You have 32 dimes ($3.20) and 25 quarters ($6.25)
This question has 56 different correct answers. D / Q 0 / 110 5 / 108 10 / 106 15 / 104 20 / 102 25 / 100 30 / 98 . . . . . . . . . 260 / 6 265 / 4 270 / 2 275 / 0
15 quareters = 15 x .25 = $3.75 since a dime = $0.10 then divide 3.75/.10 = 37.5 37 dimes and a nickel left over
Yes, they are all made (partly) of copper. A current nickel (5 cents) is 75% copper and 25% nickel. About the same proportion is used for the softer "clad" exterior of dimes and quarters, with a thin layer of copper in the middle.
Quarters ad dimes, and lager denominations of coins, used to be made of silver, and a few of gold. The value of each coin was basically determined by the value of the silver or gold used to make it. Some people used to shave bits off each coin they received, thus accumulating valuable silver and gold for resale while reducing the real value of the coin being shaved. The milling on the edges was added so that you could tell if someone was trying to palm off on you a coin that had been shaved that way and was, therefore, not worth the amount marked on it.
It's not possible to give a specific answer without knowing how thenumbers of each coin are related. Otherwise there are hundreds ofpossible combinations; for example . 278 quarters, 0 dimes, 0 nickels . 277 quarters, 0 dimes, 5 nickels . 277 quarters, 1 dime, 3 nickels . 277 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel . 276 quarters, 0 dimes, 10 nickels and so on
Each quarter is worth twenty-five (25) cents and each dime is worth ten (10) cents. 3 x 25 = 75 cents ...........+ 4 x 10 = 40 cents ...........= .....115 cents ..........= ....... $1.15
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The half-dollar, quarter, and ten-cent coin denominations were originally produced from precious metals. Reeded edges were eventually incorporated into the design of these denominations to deter counterfeiting and the fraudulent use of the coins, such as filing down the edges in an attempt to recover the precious metals. Currently, none of the coins produced for circulation contain precious metals. However, the continued use of reeded edges on current circulating coinage of larger denominations is useful to the visually impaired. For example, the ten-cent and one-cent coins are similar in size; the reeding of the ten-cent coin makes it easily identifiable by touch.
Well 18 dimes would be $1.80, while 9 nickels would be $0.45. Add those together and you have $2.25. When you divide that by $0.25 (quarter), you get 9 quarters.
There is NO pH of a dime or quarter or penny because money does NOT dissolve in water as being metal alloys
It's called "milling", and it's a historical relic. At one time, coins were made of precious metals (gold or silver). Unscrupulous people would shave the edges of coins and collect the shavings to melt down. Milling the edges makes it obvious that this has been done, and that the coin therefore wasn't worth full value. Neither quarters nor dimes still contain any gold or silver, but they're still milled, mostly because they've been that way for a long time, and ceasing to mill them would make them look "weird" to people at this point.
Because it's the largest number that can go into both of those numbers evenly with no remainder.
Since 1965 for dimes and quarters, and 1971 for half dollars, the metal composition is 91.67% copper with 8.33% nickel. Each outer layer is 75% copper/25% nickel, over a solid copper core.
If you want only quarters, divide 6 / 0.25. [24 quarters, 0 dimes] If you want only dimes, divide 6 / 0.1. [60 dimes, 0 quarters] If you want some combination of quarters and dimes, you can experiment a bit. For this specific problem, you'll need an even number of quarters to get the exact amount - so you can use zero quarters, 2 quarters, 4 quarters, etc.
1 quarter and 21 dimes or 3 quarters and 16 dimes or 5 quarters and 11 dimes or 7 quarters and 6 dimes or 9 quarters and 1 dime
How many ways can a 10 bill be changed into dimes or quarters or a combination of dimes and quarters?
40 quarters 5 dimes, 38 quarters 10 dimes, 36 quarters 15 dimes, 34 quarters 20 dimes, 32 quarters . . . 90 dimes, 4 quarters 95 dimes, 2 quarters 100 dimes That's 21 ways.
7 quarters equal $1.75 2 dimes equal $.20 You can also get it with 5 quarters and 7 dimes. 3 quarters and 12 dimes and one other way.
18*1=18 18*2=36 18*3=54 18*4=72 18*5=90 18*6=108 18*7=126 18*8=144 18*9=162 18*10=180 18*11=198 18*12=210 18*13=228 18*14=246 18*15=270 18*16=288 18*17=306 18*18=324
9 dollars plus 12 quarters plus 25 dimes plus 11 nickels plus 18pennies = $15.23
U.S. dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars dated before 1965 contain 90% silver with 10% copper.
Divide the value (in cents) of a quarter, by the value (in cents) of a dime. Alternately, you can also use the value in dollars in both cases.
A nickel is worth 5Â¢ so 18 of them total 90Â¢ A dime is 10Â¢ so 14 dimes is $1.40, or 140Â¢. Therefore the ratio is 90:140, or 9:14 in lowest terms.
quarter = 1/4 x 100 cents = 25 cents = $0.25 dime = 1/10 x 100 cents = 10 cents = $0.10 so $2.50 = 10 x $0.25 $0.70 = 7 x $0.10 $3.20 total
If a bag contains 12 quarters 6 dimes and 18 nickles what is the part-to-whole ratio of dimes to all coins?
dimes : all coins = 6 : 12+6+18 = 6 : 36 = 1Ã6 : 6Ã6 = 1 : 6 Dimes are â of all coins.