# If I have three quarters 11 dimes and 7 Nickels how much do I have?

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• The other answers are better for class, but here is how I instinctively did it. I imagined the coins in my hand. I put 5 of the nickels with the quarters to make a dollar, then took one dime away from the pile of dimes to make another dollar. That's two dollars. Then I have a dime and two nickels left, which is 20 cents. So, \$2.20

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• Anonymous
12 months ago

I remember doing this in about grade 3. You shouldn't be on Yahoo Answers at that age.

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• So kids today can't do simple math anymore - so sad.

3 quarters = 75 cents.

11 dimes = \$1.10.

7 nickels = 35 cents.

With me so far...?

Add it up and you get 75 + 110 + 35 = \$2.20.

See how simple...?

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• 3 quarters and 5 nickels would be 1 dollar.

10 dimes would be another 1 dollar.

That leaves you 1 dime and 2 nickels which is 20¢

\$2.20

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• Anonymous
12 months ago

Enough to buy enough gas, to mow the yard.

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• Anonymous
12 months ago

44 nickels worth.

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• 75c + 110c + 35c = 220c = \$2.20

Source(s): I'm British.
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• Anonymous
12 months ago

Add the amounts up. Or just count them. It’s that simple.

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