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# Flora has $4.55 in a combination of coins worth 1 cent,5  post reply Question banks Downloads My Bookmarks Reviews Important topics Author Message Director Joined: 21 Sep 2004 Posts: 610 Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 34 [0], given: 0 Flora has$4.55 in a combination of coins worth 1 cent,5 [#permalink]

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Flora has $4.55 in a combination of coins worth 1 cent,5 cents,10 cents, 25 cents and 50 cents. How many coins does she have in all together? (1)Flora has an equal number of coins of each denomination. (2)the total value of nickels, dimes and quarters is$2.00
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11 Jan 2005, 01:17
vprabhala wrote:
Flora has $4.55 in a combination of coins worth 1 cent,5 cents,10 cents, 25 cents and 50 cents. How many coins does she have in all together? (1)Flora has an equal number of coins of each denomination. (2)the total value of nickels, dimes and quarters is$2.00

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Logic, the number of coins simply becomes x since there are an equal number of coins of each demomination. Then all you have to do is set up and solve for x
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