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Problem Coins latest news, images, analysis about WEBProblem coins exhibit undesirable traits on the coin’s surfaces resulting from mishandling or the storage environment. Also called, “Details Coins”, seasoned coin collectors know to look for these problems. As such, demand for problem coins can be significantly lower …
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Could you solve a coin problem with 3 variables? (Q+N+D)? How would you do it (if it can be done)?
You can have as many variables as you want, as long as you have the same number of equations as variables. You have to subtract or add Q and N, N a...Read more
why nickle is 0.05 and quarters are 0.25? In question it is not given how sal find it?
American coins are based on portions of a dollar, and the standards are as follows: One dollar = 100 pennies. Each penny is $0.01 One dollar = 20 n...Read more
A quick question that came to my head..... How about if she had 17 coins or 19 coins, is it possible...
If you tried to solve those you'd get a fraction as your answer, which although it would satisfy the equation, wouldn't be a real solution, since i...Read more
Oh, man. Can someone please help with one of these KA quiz questions? I got it right but don't under...
It's not so much that you have different result as the first time you added the equations, you didn't finish the work. You never found the numeric...Read more
How did u get value of n as 0.05 and q as 0.25 ?
The problem is dealing with nickels and quarters. A nickel is worth 5 cents or $0.05. A quarter is worth 25 cents or $0.25. Note: n and q are the n...Read more
how would you graph this
If you really want to graph it, you would have to solve for one of the variables in both equations, and then you would have a independent and a dep...Read more
sometimes when i am solving different equations using substitution, the method does not give me an a...
You might be doing it incorrectly, let me explain if we have  2x 3y = 13 5x + 3y = 20 we add 2x = 13 so, to solve we would get x= 6.5 now, to g...Read more
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