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Luis has nickels ($0.05) and dimes ($0.10) in his pocket.

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Luis has nickels ($0.05) and dimes ($0.10) in his pocket. How many dimes does he have?

(1) If his dimes were nickels and his nickels were dimes, he would have $1.00 less than he actually has.
(2) If half of his coins were pennies ($0.01) and the other half were quarters ($0.25), he would have $2.25 more than he actually has.
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Kevin is it C?

I got two linear equations with two variables.
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ak - i think you hit it on the head. two linear equations, c.
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