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29 Oct 2008, 22:13
What is the relation b/w nickels and quarters? How are the equations formed in the explanation?

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30 Oct 2008, 06:25
ritula wrote:
What is the relation b/w nickels and quarters? How are the equations formed in the explanation?

Can you post the question in detail?
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30 Oct 2008, 22:46
Im sorry. I 4got 2 post d question. Here it is
Johnny wants to buy some candy with the nickels and quarters that his mother gave him. How many quarters does he have?

(1)The total value of Johnny's coins is 85 cents.
(2)Johnny has more quarters than nickels in his pocket.
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ritula wrote:
What is the relation b/w nickels and quarters? How are the equations formed in the explanation?

Can you post the question in detail?

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31 Oct 2008, 08:42
ritula wrote:
Im sorry. I 4got 2 post d question. Here it is
Johnny wants to buy some candy with the nickels and quarters that his mother gave him. How many quarters does he have?

(1)The total value of Johnny's coins is 85 cents.
(2)Johnny has more quarters than nickels in his pocket.
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ritula wrote:
What is the relation b/w nickels and quarters? How are the equations formed in the explanation?

Can you post the question in detail?

Where you from?

Seems you are not in the US cuz they are US currency values.

Nickles are 5 cent coins and quarters are 25 cent coins.
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03 Nov 2008, 07:42
We'll state what a nickel and a quarter mean. Just in case.

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04 Sep 2010, 16:56
Algebraic solution to M04, Q22:

x = no. of nickels, y = no. of quarters

S1. 0.05x + 0.25y = 0.85 not sufficient
S2. y > x not sufficient
S1 & S2 Together:
Since, from S1, x = 17 - 5y,
y > 17 - 5y,
6y > 17, and
y > 2.
Johnny has 3 quarters, since 4 quarters is \$1.00 > \$0.85
sufficient

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