Q 1: Tom has 7 more quarters than dimes and has a total of $6.80. The number of quarters and dimes is 38. How many quarters and dimes does Tom have?
16 dimes and 22 quarters
18 dimes and 20 quarters
20 dimes and 16 quarters.
Q 2: Joe bought $23.60 worth of stamps at the post office. He bought twice as many 87-cent stamps than 24-cent stamps. The number of 39-cent stamps was three times the number of 87-cent stamps. He also bought 2 0f $1 stamps. How many each kind of stamps did he purchase?|
Ten 87-cent stamps, Five 24 cent stamps and Thirty 39-cent stamps
Twelve 87-cent stamps, six 24 cent stamps and Thirty-six 39-cent stamps
Eight 87-cent stamps, Four 24 cent stamps and twenty four 39-cent stamps
Q 3: Allison has 9 coins worth 100 cents. If the she has twice as many nickles as quarters and same one more nickel than dime. How many of each kind of coins does she have?|
2 quarters, 3 nickels and 4 dimes
3 quarters, 3 nickels and 3 dimes
2 quarters, 4 nickels and 3 dimes
Q 4: Eric bought $14.52 worth of stamps. If he purchased twice the amount of 39-cent stamps as 24-cent stamps and Thrice 87-cent stamps as 24-cent stamps. How many each kind of stamps did he purchase?|
24-cent stamps = 6, 39-cent stamps = 12, 87-cent stamps = 18
24-cent stamps = 5, 39-cent stamps = 10, 87-cent stamps = 15
24-cent stamps = 4, 39-cent stamps = 8, 87-cent stamps = 12