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Solve each problem by using a system of three equations inthree unknowns.

Harry has 2.25 dollars in nickels, dimes, and quarters. If he had twice as many nickels, half as many dimes, and the same number of quarters, he would have 2.50 dollars . If he has 27 coins altogether, then how many of each does he have?

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Algebra 2

Chapter 4

Systems of Linear Equations

Section 3

Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables

Polynomials

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to your given another coin problem. We're told that the value of nickels, times quarters, make little case for consistency equals two hours, according other scents. And we're told that if he has doubles the amount of nickel half the amount of times you see, you have a $2.50 more gold cult member coins seven should be que here some of equations that can. Because I saw what we saw this using elimination for 25 year point of life here, one here. So it should be pretty easy to eliminate. Do that cop, um, pressed equation minus the second equation. When you get minus point of Bob and plus point over the equals minus 0.5. Man, we take this first equation multiplied by four. The second equation you do with the most black 54. A second reason, most about four. Quick for and plus point two d los que Those 10. Now, if we take this, it's this. So I subtract the first equation. You have minus 0.6 on the minus seven people. Right now, we have two equations to another's, um, and we can solve if we, um multiply this top equation by 20 we're gonna get negative and plus the course point for five times 20. Just gonna be thought it was negative. Now we're gonna have e equals And I'm five and we complain that in seclusion right here and months it's going to give us negative 0.6 and mind quite it. And plus five is gonna before I think some 13. I mean, negative. So negative. 1.4 and one and it's gonna be toiling about four friends. Gonna equal this. Want that n equals 15. We know that e equals the U minus. Far gonna be cat. I only know the q equals the seven minus and minus d just gonna equal to. So we have a number of nickels. Times quarters is gonna equal 15 can to

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