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Quarters, Dimes, and Nickels

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A jar contains a quantity of nickels, dimes and quarters. There are a total of 46 coins in the jar. The totally monetary value of the coins is nine dollars. There are four times as many quarters as nickels.

How many coins of each type are in the jar?

A

This problem has no solution.

B

There are eight quarters six dimes and 32 nickels.

C

There are six dimes, eight nickels and 32 quarters.

D

There are 40 quarters, two dimes and ten nickels.

E

There are 36 quarters and no dimes or nickels.

F

There are 20 quarters and 100 nickels and no dimes.

G

There are sixteen quarters, four nickels and 48 dimes.

H

None of the above.